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Unexpectedly high prevalence of coronary spastic angina in patients with Fabry disease

Topic: Pathophysiology and Mechanisms, Other

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Professor Naoyuki Hasebe

Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa (Japan)
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Shear stress, spasm and vulnerable plaque

Speakers: Professor N. Hasebe, Doctor J. Sugisawa, Doctor J. Sara, Doctor A. Suda, Doctor S. Rajendran...

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ESC Congress 2018

7 November - 29 August 2018

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