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Prognostic impact of coronary microcirculation abnormalities in systemic sclerosis: a prospective study to evaluate the role of non-invasive tests.

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Posted 01 April 2013 - 07:54 AM

Prognostic impact of coronary microcirculation abnormalities in systemic sclerosis: a prospective study to evaluate the role of non-invasive tests.

 

Abnormal coronary flow velocity reserve and left ventricular wall motion abnormalities might be related to a worse disease outcome, suggesting a prognostic value of these tests, similar to other myocardial diseases. PubMed Arthritis Res Ther. 2013 Jan 9;15(1):R8. (Also see: Diagnosis of Cardiac (Heart) Involvement)

 

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