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									Relationship of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring data to echocardiographic
findings in haemodialysis patients.
Ş. Ertürk, AE. Ertuğ, K. Ateş, N. Duman, SM. Aslan, G. Nergisoğlu, E. Diker,
Ç. Erol, O. Karatan, B. Erbay.
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 11: 2050-2054, 1996.

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