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Coronary artery disease in children.
  1. H. N. Neufeld,
  2. L. C. Blieden


    In this paper an attempt has been made to correlate the morphologicla aspects of childhood atherosclerosis. Some of the features described are directly related to atherosclerosis. Some of the other conditions described may be related to the subsequent development of atherosclerosis by damaging the vessel wall and thus stimulating the production of atherosclerosis. In other instances, as in the description of the ultrastructural features of the coronary arteries, the exact role of the changes described still remains to be elucidated.

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