Recurrent angina after coronary angioplasty: mechanisms, diagnostic and therapeutic options.

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Recurrent angina in patients who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention is defined as recurrence of chest pain or chest discomfort. Careful assessment is recommended to differentiate between non-cardiac and cardiac causes. In the case of the latter, recurrent angina occurrence can be related to structural ('stretch pain', in-stent restenosis, in-stent… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/2048872612449111

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@article{Izzo2012RecurrentAA, title={Recurrent angina after coronary angioplasty: mechanisms, diagnostic and therapeutic options.}, author={Paolo Izzo and Andrea Macchi and Luisa De gennaro and Antonio Gaglione and Matteo di Biase and Natale Daniele Brunetti}, journal={European heart journal. Acute cardiovascular care}, year={2012}, volume={1 2}, pages={158-69} }