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Morbid obesity without CV risk factors is associated with normal arterial compliance with no improvement after weight loss Morbidly obese patients with multiple risk factors have decreased arterial elasticity and improve after significant weight loss Evaluation of arterial elasticity, inflammatory markers and humoral factors before and after surgical intervention for morbid obesity



Morbid obesity without CV risk factors is associated with normal arterial compliance with no improvement after weight loss Morbidly obese patients with multiple risk factors have decreased arterial elasticity and improve after significant weight loss Evaluation of arterial elasticity, inflammatory markers and humoral factors before and after surgical intervention for morbid obesity



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