Browsing by Author Nieto, F.J.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Sep-2007Association between C-reactive protein level and peripheral arterial disease among US adults without cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or hypertensionShankar, A.; Li, J. ; Nieto, F.J.; Klein, B.E.K.; Klein, R.
Jun-1999Distance, lighting, and parental beliefs: Understanding near work in epidemiologic studies of myopiaSaw, S.-M. ; Nieto, F.J.; Katz, J.; Chew, S.-J.
1999Estimating the magnitude of close-up work in school-age children: A comparison of questionnaire and diary instrumentsSaw, S.-M. ; Nieto, F.J.; Katz, J.; Chew, S.-J.
Oct-2000Factors related to the progression of myopia in Singaporean childrenSaw, S.-M. ; Nieto, F.J.; Katz, J.; Schein, O.D.; Levy, B.; Chew, S.-J.
2002Is early age-related maculopathy related to cognitive function? The atherosclerosis risk in communities studyWong, T.Y. ; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Hubbard, L.D.; Nieto, F.J.; Moraes, S.A.D.; Mosley, T.H.; Couper, D.J.; Boland, L.L.; Sharrett, A.R.
2003Racial differences in the prevalence of hypertensive retinopathyWong, T.Y. ; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Hubbard, L.D.; Duncan, B.B.; Nieto, F.J.; Couper, D.J.; Sharrett, A.R.
Jan-2007Relationship between low-normal blood pressure and kidney disease in type 1 diabetesShankar, A. ; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Nieto, F.J.; Moss, S.E.
2003Retinal microvascular abnormalities and 10-year cardiovascular mortality: A population-based case-control studyWong, T.Y. ; Hubbard, L.D.; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Meuer, S.M.; Nieto, F.J.; Sharrett, A.R.; Tielsch, J.M.
2002Retinal microvascular abnormalities and cognitive impairment in middle-aged persons: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities StudyWong, T.Y. ; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Hubbard, L.D.; Nieto, F.J.; Szklo, M.; Sharrett, A.R.; Boland, L.L.; Couper, D.J.; Mosley, T.H.
2001Retinal microvascular abnormalities and their relationship with hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and mortalityWong, T.Y. ; Klein, R.; Klein, B.E.K.; Hubbard, L.; Tielsch, J.M.; Nieto, F.J.