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Novel research reveals 'stiffer' blood vessels may increase risk of heart attack

03:20 EDT 31 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Using cutting-edge computational methods, Macquarie University researchers have found that blood vessel 'stiffness,' or distensibility is an important determinant of blood flow, and can potentially alter outcomes for patients.

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