Coronary vasospasm

What is Coronary vasospasm?

Coronary vasospasm is a form of myocardial infarction caused by constricted blood vessels vasospasm affecting the coronary circulation. It can occur in multiple territories of the heart and is separate to coronary disease.

It can cause Prinzmetal's angina.

It can occur in multiple vessels.

Atropine has been used to treat the condition.

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