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Academic Article Appropriate cut-off values of waist circumference to predict cardiovascular outcomes: 7-year follow-up in an Iranian population.
Academic Article The influence of gender and place of residence on cardiovascular diseases and their risk factors. The Isfahan cohort study.
Academic Article Incidence of cardiovascular diseases in an Iranian population: the Isfahan Cohort Study.
Academic Article Comparison of competing risks models based on cumulative incidence function in analyzing time to cardiovascular diseases.
Academic Article Heart rate and cardiovascular events: a nested case-control in Isfahan Cohort Study.
Academic Article The cumulative incidence of conventional risk factors of cardiovascular disease and their population attributable risk in an Iranian population: The Isfahan Cohort Study.
Academic Article Comparison between European and Iranian cutoff points of triglyceride/high-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations in predicting cardiovascular disease outcomes.
Academic Article Determinants of Incident Metabolic Syndrome in a Middle Eastern Population: Isfahan Cohort Study.
Academic Article Cardiovascular disease events and its predictors in women: Isfahan Cohort Study (ICS).
Academic Article Whole milk consumption and risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality: Isfahan Cohort Study.
Academic Article PARS risk charts: A 10-year study of risk assessment for cardiovascular diseases in Eastern Mediterranean Region.
Academic Article Correction: PARS risk charts: A 10-year study of risk assessment for cardiovascular diseases in Eastern Mediterranean Region.
Academic Article Risk and Age of Cardiovascular Event in Women with Metabolic Syndrome: Menopause Age in Focus.
Academic Article A 10-year Isfahan cohort on cardiovascular disease as a master plan for a multi-generation non-communicable disease longitudinal study: methodology and challenges.

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