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Aortic Artery and Cardiac Valve Calcification are Associated with Mortality in Chinese Hemodialysis Patients: A 3.5 Years Follow-up

Chen Xiao-Nong, Chen Zi-Jin, Ma Xiao-Bo, Ding Bei, Ling Hua-Wei, Shi Zhong-Wei, Chen Nan

Year : 2015| Volume: 128| Issue : 20 | Page no: 2764-2771

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