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RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA: RISK STRATIFICATION AND TREATMENT TACTICS
Simerzin V.V., Krasovskaya M.A., Gagloev A.V.
INFLUENCE OF MEDICO-SOCIAL RISK FACTORS ON PSYCHOEMOTICAL STATE AND SELF-ESTEEM OF FEMALE PATIENTS OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE WITH TUBERCOLOSIS OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Rusanovskaya G.F., Shprykov A.S., Pavlunin A.V.
The Model for Assessing the Risk of Cardiovascular Complications in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Begun D.N., Borshchuk E.L., Leushina K.V.
PREVALENCE OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION SYNDROMES IN CORRELATION WITH MAJOR RISK FACTORS FOR CHRONIC NONINFECTIOUS DISEASES AMONG PATIENTS OF THE SAMARA REGION
Krylova I.A., Kupaev V.I., Slobodyanyuk A.L., Nurdina M.S., Borisov O.Y.
Influence of some of occupational factors on the course of psoriasis in men and women
Mukhamadeeva O.R., Sharafutdinova N.H.
Risk factors of narcological disorders among rural population
Tsarev S.A., Shcherban A.V., Suslin S.A., Katin A.A., Sirotko I.I.
DUST LUNG DISEASE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF EVIDENCE: PROFESSIONAL RISK AND MOLECULAR MARKERS
Babanov S.A., Budash D.S.
Middle ear functional state in case of pathological changes of nose and throat
Kalesnikava S.M., Merkulava E.P.
ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AS PREDICTOR OF SUBCLINICAL AND MANIFEST ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Fatenkov O.V., Simerzin V.V., Gagloeva I.V., Galkina M.A., Panisheva Y.A., Krasovskaya M.A., Sytdykov I.K., Popova Y.O.
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