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March 2015 - Volume 33 - Issue 3 - Contributor Index

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van den Born, Bert-Jan H.

Thiazide-induced hyponatraemia is associated with increased water intake and impaired urea-mediated water excretion at low plasma antidiuretic hormone and urine aquaporin-2

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van den Meiracker, Anton H.

Comment on ‘Time of administration important? Morning versus evening dosing of valsartan’

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Verdecchia, Paolo

Interpretation of ambulatory blood pressure profile: a prognostic approach for clinical practice

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Versmissen, Jorie

Comment on ‘Time of administration important? Morning versus evening dosing of valsartan’

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Viazzi, Francesca

Left ventricular dilatation and subclinical renal damage in primary hypertension

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Vierendeels, Jan

The aortic reservoir-wave as a paradigm for arterial haemodynamics: insights from three-dimensional fluid–structure interaction simulations in a model of aortic coarctation

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Vink, Eva E.

Renal BOLD-MRI relates to kidney function and activity of the renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system in hypertensive patients

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Vogt, Liffert

Thiazide-induced hyponatraemia is associated with increased water intake and impaired urea-mediated water excretion at low plasma antidiuretic hormone and urine aquaporin-2

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Voskuil, Michiel

Renal BOLD-MRI relates to kidney function and activity of the renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system in hypertensive patients

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