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1. I couldn't find how did authors label a patient with a transmural infarct, by EKG or by Echo or by some other method? 2. Although authors point-out that incidence of smoking, hypertension and dyslipidemia was higher in the cases, they didn't try to deal with the problem of confonding due to these variables. 3. Interestingly, authors continued to present the results of the study in the discussion section.
Posted by: rqayyum on Sep 2005

1. I couldn't find how did authors label a patient with a transmural infarct, by EKG or by Echo or by some other method? 2. Although authors point-out that incidence of smoking, hypertension and dyslipidemia was higher in the cases, they didn't try to deal with the problem of confonding due to these variables. 3. Interestingly, authors continued to present the results of the study in the discussion section.
Posted by: rqayyum on Sep 2005

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