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A rare cause of coronary obstruction and angina pectoris
  1. T Peikert,
  2. S Goetze,
  3. S Ghaffari

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A 47 year old woman presented with characteristic exertional angina pectoris. She was previously healthy with an active lifestyle. She did not have any cardiac risk factors. Physical examination, chest x ray, ECG, and cardiolyte scan were unremarkable. Symptomatic progression over the following months led to cardiac catheterisation which demonstrated subtotal …

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