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Resolution of intracoronary thrombus with direct thrombin inhibition in a cocaine abuser
  1. S N Doshi,
  2. J D Marmur

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A 38 year old black male was admitted with a 10 hour history of central chest pain. He was a cocaine abuser with intake within 24 hours of admission. He was a smoker but had no other identifiable risk factors for coronary disease. ECG showed anterolateral ST elevation with biphasic T waves (upper ECG). Cardiac enzymes …

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