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A nationwide evaluation of spontaneous coronary artery dissection in pregnancy and the puerperium
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    "Definite Diagnosis of Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection: An Unsettled Issue"
    • Adriano Caixeta, Interventional Cardiologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Jamil R. Cade

    We read with great interest the manuscript by Faden et al. (1) entitled "A nationwide evaluation of spontaneous coronary artery dissection in pregnancy and the puerperium" when it was published online July 13. Using the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project national database, the authors evaluated over 4 million pregnancy-related discharges, looking at the prevalence and outcomes of pregnancy-associated spontaneous cor...

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