Atherogenic, hemostatic, and other potential risk markers in subjects with previous isolated myocardial infarction compared with long-standing uncomplicated stable angina.

@article{Bogaty1998AtherogenicHA,
  title={Atherogenic, hemostatic, and other potential risk markers in subjects with previous isolated myocardial infarction compared with long-standing uncomplicated stable angina.},
  author={Peter M. Bogaty and N Michelle Robitaille and Susan Solymoss and Luce Boyer and Denise Auger and Laurent Labb{\'e} and Serge Simard and Jimmy Rail and Jacques J. Genest and J. Martin Turgeon},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={136 5},
  pages={
          884-93
        }
}
BACKGROUND Several atherogenic, hemostatic, inflammatory, and genetic parameters and markers have been implicated as risk factors in coronary artery disease, although whether they are risk factors for acute as opposed to chronic coronary disease is unclear. METHODS AND RESULTS Fifty subjects with an isolated myocardial infarction >3 months previously were compared with 50 subjects with a minimum 3-year history of stable angina, documented coronary artery disease, normal electrocardiogram and… CONTINUE READING
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