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When traveling, this will ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip. Poster presented at the 73th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology, October 18, 2009; Philadelphia, PA. xv Kiani A, McMahon, MM, Sahakian LJ, et al. Locate the normal ductus arteriosus and define its function and fate. When obesity is present but systemic hypertension is absent, left ventricular volume is often increased, but wall stress usually remains normal. While the GRADE system attempts to address this issue, more debate is needed.

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