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Abnormal vascular reactivity represents a fundamental disturbance in vascular biology with the development of atherosclerosis. Because endothelial vasodilator function plays a pivotal role in controlling vasomotor tone, we hypothesized that atherosclerotic wall thickening might directly interfere with deficient endothelium-mediated dilation and thereby contribute to the abnormal reactivity of atherosclerotic arteries in vivo. Methods and Results In 26 patients without focal stenoses in the leftdoi:10.1161/01.cir.89.6.2525 pmid:8205660 fatcat:u2jwwsh4xzhplm346dibntop3a