Cigarette smoking and coronary heart disease
Cigarette smoking has been established as one of the major risk factors for coronary heart disease in many epidemiological studies, although its mechanism of action is not fully understood. The purpose of this hospital-based study was to investigate whether interactions between cigarette smoking and serum lipids might be involved.
KeywordsCoronary Heart Disease Cigarette Smoking Serum Lipid Coronary Stenosis Lipoprotein Concentration
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