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Original Articles
Comprehensive sonographic evaluation of normal and fibrotic kidney in mouse model with ultra-high-frequency transducer
Myoung Seok Lee, Jeong Yeon Cho, Min Hoan Moon, Jung Pyo Lee, Jeonghwan Lee, Nayeon Shin, Wencheng Jin, Ara Cho
Received February 10, 2024       Accepted: June 21, 2024     Published online June 21, 2024.
Arterial stiffness in subclinical atherosclerosis through ultrafast pulse wave velocity measurements: Comparison with a healthy population using propensity score matching
Xuezhong Jiang, Weiming Ge, Hui Huang, Yating Li, Xiaojing Liu, Huiyan Pang, Rui He, Hui Wang, Zhengqiu Zhu, Ping He, Yinping Wang, Xuehui Ma, Airong Ren, Bixiao Shen, Meijuan Wang
Received March 21, 2024       Accepted: April 24, 2024     Published online April 24, 2024.
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