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Andreia Pelegrini, Maria Fátima Glaner and Edio Luiz Petroski

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Erzsébet Lázár, Lehel Bordi, István Benedek, Monica Chițu, Zsuzsanna Suciu, Tiberiu Nyulas, Roxana Hodas, Imre Benedek and István Benedek

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Nóra Raț, Diana Opincariu, Emese Márton, Ramona Zavate, Mirela Pintican and Theodora Benedek

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Norbert A. Szekeres, Zsuzsánna Jeremiás, Árpád Olivér Vida, Orsolya Mártha and Daniel Porav-Hodade

. Mass R, Schwedhelem E, Albseier J, et al. The pathophysiology of erectile dysfunction related to endothelial dysfunction and mediators of vascular function. Vasc Med . 2002;7:213-225. 21. Greenland P, LaBree L, Azen SP, et al. Coronary artery calcium score combined with Framingham score for risk prediction in asymptomatic individuals. JAMA . 2004;291:210-215. 22. Detrano RC, Doherty TM, Davies MJ, et al. Predicting coronary events with coronary calcium: pathophysiologic and clinical problems. Curr Probl Cardiol . 2000;25:374-402. 23. Schmermund A

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Szilamér Korodi, Theodora Benedek, Lehel Bordi, István Kovács, Nora Rat, Emese Márton, Mihaela Rațiu and Imre Benedek

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Nora Rat, Adriana Mitre, Szilamér Korodi, István Benedek, Erzsébet Lázár, Johanna Kéri, Annamária Pakucs and István Benedek

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