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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · February 28, 2021

Reverse Dipping of Systolic Blood Pressure Is Associated With Increased Dementia Risk in Older Men

Hypertension

 

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Hypertension
Reverse Dipping of Systolic Blood Pressure Is Associated With Increased Dementia Risk in Older Men: A Longitudinal Study Over 24 Years
Hypertension 2021 Feb 08;[EPub Ahead of Print], X Tan, J Sundström, L Lind, K Franzon, L Kilander, C Benedict

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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