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Signs in the fundus oculi and arterial hypertension: Unconventional assessment and significance

By Aubrey Kagan, Elizabeth Aurell and Gösta Tibblin

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Signs in the fundus oculi, long regarded as prognostic in hypertensive disease, have been shown to be subject to gross observer error and bias when assessed in conventional ways. The authors describe unconventional ways of assessing diminution of vascularity in a population sample of men aged 50 and also in a group of hospital patients

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