Microvascular dysfunction in cardiac syndrome X: the role of inflammation

Arroyo-Espliguero, Ramón; Kaski, Juan Carlos
June 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/20/2006, Vol. 174 Issue 13, p1833
Academic Journal
Presents research which assessed the role of inflammation in microvascular dysfunction in cardiac syndrome X. Importance of C-reactive protein to endothelial activation in cardiac syndrome X; Discussion of the etiology of cardiac syndrome X; Impact of endothelial dysfunction on the abnormal behavior of the coronary microvasculature.


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