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Coronary thrombus in unstable angina: a moving target
  1. J-H E Dambrink,
  2. D M Nicastia

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A 55 year old male patient without previous cardiac history underwent coronary angiography because of angina pectoris (Canadian Cardiovascular Society class 3) and a positive exercise test. The right coronary artery and left anterior descending artery showed only mild irregularities, but the mid right circumflex (RCX) artery showed a luminal filling defect suggestive …

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