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Destructive changes in epicardial arteries and coronary microcirculation in women with non st elevation acute coronary syndrome, depending on hormonal status.

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Summary of "Destructive changes in epicardial arteries and coronary microcirculation in women with non st elevation acute coronary syndrome, depending on hormonal status."

Introduction: Acute forms of cardiovascular are a major problem in the structure of morbidity and mortality, especially among perimenopausal women. The most important is nature and features of the damage of the coronary arteries on the basis of the development of estrogen deficiency in perimenopausal women with non ST elevation acute coronary syndrome and the frequent absence of visual lesions of the coronary arteries, which require a detailed study. The aim: To conduct lesions of epicardial arteries and coronary microcirculation in women with non ST elevation acute coronary syndrome, depending on the level of female sex hormones.

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Name: Wiadomosci lekarskie (Warsaw, Poland : 1960)
ISSN: 0043-5147
Pages: 986-991

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