Do patients with diabetes have more diffuse atherosclerotic disease than patients without diabetes, as determined by electron-beam computed tomography?
      Diabetes is a strong risk factor for heart disease, because diabetes is believed to accelerate the atherosclerosis process. However, whether individuals with diabetes have more diffuse disease than those without diabetes remains unknown.
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