Ingrid Hriljac, M.D.
Hriljac I, Nash, I. Pericardial Tamponade: Diagnostic Images, Treatment Issues. Consultant 2002; 42(3): 393-395.
Hriljac I, Gustavson, S, Olin JW. Images in vascular ultrasound: Stenosis of the innominate or left common carotid artery origin diagnosed on carotid ultrasound examination.Vasc Med. 2003 Nov;8(4):287-8.
Katz SD, Hryniewicz K, Hriljac I. Vascular endothelial dysfunction and mortality risk in patients with chronic heart failure. Circulation. 2005 Jan 25;111(3):310-4.
Hriljac I, Olin JW. Additive diagnostic value of the exercise Ankle-Brachial Index. Submitted for publication.
Hriljac I, Resnick H, et al. Association of High and Low Ankle Brachial Index with Abnormal Cardiac Geometry and Function: The Strong Heart Study. Presented at the Meeting of the American Heart Association in November, 2005 (publication in progress).
Hriljac I, Roman M, et al. Association of High and Low Ankle Brachial Index with Measures of Abnormal Arterial Structure: The Strong Heart Study. Presented at the Meeting of the American Heart Association in November, 2005 (publication in progress).
Katz SD, Hriljac I, Homma S, Wu H. Functional correlates of non-invasive measures of endothelial dysfunction in ambulatory patients with congestive heart failure. Circulation 1998;98:I-225.
Katz SD, Balidemaj K, Hriljac I, Bloomfield D. Characterization and clinical correlates of exhaled nitric oxide in expired gases in patients with heart failure and normal subjects. Circulation 1999;100:I-1052
Hriljac I, Olin JW, Halperin JL. Meassurement of Resting ankle brachial index may not accurately identify or exclude disease in patients with signs or symptoms of peripheral arterial disease. The American College of Cardiology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, March 2004.