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Prevalence of traditional cardiovascular risk factors and evaluation of cardiovascular risk using three risk equations in Nigerians living with human immunodeficiency virus

Edward Ayodele Olugbenga, Oladayo Akinboro Adeolu, Omolola Akinyemi Suliat, Adetiloye Adepeju Akinlawon, Adedayo Popoola Adetoun

Year : 2013| Volume: 5| Issue : 12 | Page no: 680-688

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