Recent activation of the plaque immune response in coronary lesions underlying acute coronary syndromes.

@article{Wal1998RecentAO,
  title={Recent activation of the plaque immune response in coronary lesions underlying acute coronary syndromes.},
  author={Allard C. van der Wal and Jan J. Piek and Onno J de Boer and Karel T. Koch and Peter Teeling and Chris M. van der Loos and Anton E. Becker},
  journal={Heart},
  year={1998},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={14-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To discriminate between chronic inflammation and acute activation of the plaque immune response in culprit lesions of patients with acute coronary syndromes. DESIGN Retrospective study. SETTING Tertiary referral centre. SUBJECTS 71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome: stable angina (n = 23); stabilised unstable angina (n = 18); refractory unstable angina (n = 11); and acute myocardial infarction (n = 19). MAIN OUTCOME… CONTINUE READING

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71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
71 patients having coronary atherectomy were classified according to their ischaemic syndrome : stable angina ( n = 23 ) ; stabilised unstable angina ( n = 18 ) ; refractory unstable angina ( n = 11 ) ; and acute myocardial infarction ( n = 19 ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The number of lesions containing IL-2R ( CD25 ) positive T cells increased with severity of the ischaemic coronary syndrome ( stable angina , 52% ; stabilised unstable angina , 77.8% ; refractory unstable angina , 90.9% ; acute myocardial infarction , 89.4% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
The percentage of activated T cells ( CD25/CD3 ratios x100 ) increased in lesions associated with refractory unstable angina ( 7.8% ) and acute myocardial infarction ( 18.5% ) , compared with those in lesions associated with either chronic stable angina ( 2.2% ) or stabilised unstable angina ( 3.3% ) .
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