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. és mtsa: The clinical implications of endothelial dysfunction. J. Am. Coll. Cardiol., 2003, 42 , 1149–1160. Keaney J. F. The clinical implications of endothelial dysfunction

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Wydlanski, M. E., Gokce, N., Keanea, J. E. és mtsai: The clinical implication of endothelial dysfunction. J. Am. Coll. Cardiol., 2003, 42 , 1149–1160. Keanea J. E. The clinical

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-related macular degeneration is associated with increased vascular endothelial goss factor, hemorrheology and endothelial dysfunction. Ophthalmology, 2001, 108 , 705–710. Hope-Ross M. Age

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–179. 2 Machalińska, A., Kawa, M. P., Marlicz, W. S., et al.: Complement system activation and endothelial dysfunction in patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD): possible

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pathogenesis. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 2011, 52 (1), 93–100. Lip, G. Y., Blann, A.: Von Willebrand factor: a marker of endothelial dysfunction in vascular disorder? Cardiovasc. Res., 1997, 34 (2), 255

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. Cardiol., 2005, 46 (8), 1425–1433. 35 Wydlanski, M. E., Gokce, N., Keaney, J. F. Jr., et al.: The clinical implications of endothelial dysfunction. J. Am. Coll

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Authors: László Szapáry, Beáta Horváth, Zsolt Márton, Gergely Fehér, Kálmán Tóth, and Sámuel Komoly

92 652 662 Wassmann, S., Laufs, U., Baumer, A. T. és mtsai: HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors improve endothelial dysfunction in

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endothelial dysfunction Ophthalmology 108 705 – 710 . [6]. G. Malukiewitz-Wisniewska D. Rose 2005 von Willebrand facor in plasma of patinets with age related macular degeneration Klin. Oczna 107 70 – 72 . [7]. T. Fischer 2004

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, metabolic syndrome, smoking, and sedanter lifestyle. In addition to these modifiable and unmodifiable risk factors, ED and CVD share two common pathophysiological mechanisms: autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction and endothelial dysfunction [ 2 , 3

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reduced speed. Endothelial dysfunction is considered as the most important factor in the pathogenesis of CSF [ 1 ]. The impairment of endothelium function is the earliest marker that indicates coronary artery disease. In many studies, the deterioration of

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