This thesis provides new insights in underlying patterns that may be involved in the (accelerated) aging process, in particular in the area of renovascular changes. It hopes to unravel new targets for better diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in an attempt to maintain or even improve quality of late life.

aging, cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disaese, quality of life, oldest old
F.U.S. Mattace Raso (Francesco) , J.L.C.M. van Saase (Jan)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
The work presented in this thesis was partly performed within the framework of the IMPROveFALL trial (Grant: ZonMW, 170.885.607) and within the framework of the SCOPE study (Grant: European Union Horizon 2020 program, n°634869)
978-94-6416-117-5
hdl.handle.net/1765/132175
For copyright reasons there is a partial embargo for this dissertation
Department of Internal Medicine

Tap, L. (2020, November 11). Age-related Renovascular Changes consequences in late life. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/132175