Type 4a myocardial infarction

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An increase in the level of cardiac troponins and creatine kinase MB is sometimes observed even after angiographically and clinically uncomplicated percutaneous coronary interventions. This review article deals with the clinical and prognostic implications of type 4a myocardial infarction.

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Инфаркт миокарда типа 4а. - Аннотация. Повышение уровня кардиоспецифичных тропонинов и фракции МВ креатинкиназы иногда отмечается даже после ангиографически и клинически неосложненных чрескожных коронарных вмешательств. Обзор посвящен клинической и прогностической значимости ИМ типа 4а.

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O Iu Mironova


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