Elevated Levels of Inflammation, D-Dimer, and Homocysteine Are Associated With Adverse Calf Muscle Characteristics and Reduced Calf Strength in Peripheral Arterial Disease

Mary M. McDermott*, Luigi Ferrucci, Jack M. Guralnik, Lu Tian, David Green, Kiang Liu, Jin Tan, Yihua Liao, William H. Pearce, Joseph R. Schneider, Paul Ridker, Nader Rifai, Frederick Hoff, Michael H. Criqui

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