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Coronary arterial spasm is a problem of older adults; it has not to my knowledge been described in children. This suggests that a prerequisite is a coronary artery which has acquired an abnormality as it has aged. Variant angina is a condition most commonly due to large coronary artery spasm. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.

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International Practice in Cardiothoracic Surgery pp Cite as. Spasm of coronary arteries was suspected in the past by such oustanding cardiologists as Sir William Osler [1] and Paul D. White VA attacks are severe, not relieved by rest, ECG patterns are those of ST segment elevation reflecting severe transient epicardial ischemia.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available. Advertisement Hide. Surgical Treatment of Coronary Spasm. Authors Authors and affiliations G. Soots H. Warembourg Jr. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

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International Practice in Cardiothoracic Surgery pp Cite as. Spasm of coronary arteries was suspected in the past by such oustanding cardiologists as Sir William Osler [1] and Paul D. White VA attacks are severe, not relieved by rest, ECG patterns are those of ST segment elevation reflecting severe transient epicardial ischemia.

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Prinzmetal's angina:reflex cardiovascular response during episode of pain.

Variant angina , and less commonly Prinzmetal angina, vasospastic angina , angina inversa , coronary vessel spasm , or coronary artery vasospasm , is a syndrome typically consisting of angina cardiac chest pain in contrast to stable angina which is generally triggered by exertion or intense exercise, commonly occurs in individuals at rest or even asleep and is caused by vasospasm , a narrowing of the coronary arteries due to contraction of the heart 's smooth muscle tissue in the vessel walls. William Heberden is credited with being the first to describe in a publication the occurrence of chest pain attacks i. These attacks were triggered by exercise or other forms of exertion and relieved by rest and nitroglycerin. In , Dr. Myron Prinzmetal described a type of angina that differed from the classic cases of Heberden angina in that it commonly occurred in the absence of exercise or exertion. Indeed, it often woke sufferers from their normal sleep. This variant angina differed from the classical angina described by Dr.

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