Early post-infarction angina. Ischemia at a distance and ischemia in the infarct zone.

@article{Schuster1981EarlyPA,
  title={Early post-infarction angina. Ischemia at a distance and ischemia in the infarct zone.},
  author={Edgar Howard Schuster and Bernadine H. Bulkley},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={1981},
  volume={305 19},
  pages={
          1101-5
        }
}
We studied two forms of post-infarction angina: ischemia at a distance (angina with new electrocardiographic changes distant from the acute infarct) and ischemia in the infarct zone (angina with new electrocardiographic changes limited to the leads originally involved by the acute infarct). Seventy patients with early post-infarction angina were followed for an average of six months; 43 had ischemia at a distance, and 27 had ischemia in the infarct zone. Mortality in the entire group was 56 per… 
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