Bradley, Declan T2; Hughes, Anne E2; Badger, Stephen A2; Jones, Gregory T2; Harrison, Seamus C2; Wright, Benjamin J2; Bumpstead, Suzannah2; Baas, Annette F2; Grétarsdóttir, Sólveig2; Burnand, Kevin2; Child, Anne H2; Clough, Rachel E2; Cockerill, Gillian2; Hafez, Hany2; Scott, D Julian A2; Ariëns, Robert A S2; Johnson, Anne2; Sohrabi, Soroush2; Smith, Alberto2; Thompson, Matthew M2; van Bockxmeer, Frank M2; Waltham, Matthew2; Matthíasson, Stefán E2; Thorleifsson, Gudmar2; Thorsteinsdottir, Unnur2; Blankensteijn, Jan D2; Teijink, Joep A W2; Wijmenga, Cisca2; de Graaf, Jacqueline2; Kiemeney, Lambertus A2; Wild, John B2; Edkins, Sarah2; Gwilliam, Rhian2; Hunt, Sarah E2; Potter, Simon2; Lindholt, Jes S3; Golledge, Jonathan2; Norman, Paul E2; van Rij, Andre2; Powell, Janet T2; Eriksson, Per2; Stefánsson, Kári2; Thompson, John R2; Humphries, Steve E2; Sayers, Robert D2; Deloukas, Panos2; Samani, Nilesh J2; Bown, Matthew J2
1 Department of Clinical Medicine - Viborg Regional Hospital, Department of Clinical Medicine, Health, Aarhus University2 unknown3 Department of Clinical Medicine - Viborg Regional Hospital, Department of Clinical Medicine, Health, Aarhus University
Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a common cardiovascular disease among older people and demonstrates significant heritability. In contrast to similar complex diseases, relatively few genetic associations with AAA have been confirmed. We reanalyzed our genome-wide study and carried through to replication suggestive discovery associations at a lower level of significance.