Coronary spasm provocation predicts adverse events in MI patients

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - After an acute MI, patients in whom coronary spasm can be triggered by acetylcholine provocation have a poorer prognosis than their peers without this finding, Japanese researchers report.

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