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Coronary artery spasm in lymphocytic myocarditis: a rare cause of acute myocardial infarction
  1. R B McCully,
  2. L T Cooper,
  3. S Schreiter

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A 40 year old woman developed severe chest discomfort associated with dyspnoea. Her only risk factor was smoking. The ECG showed anterior ST elevation (panel A). Symptoms persisted despite treatment with oxygen, aspirin, intravenous glyceryl trinitrate, metoprolol, and heparin. Emergency cardiac catheterisation revealed normal coronary arteries (panels B and C). The left …

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