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Low Prevalence of Heritable Connective Disorders in Spontaneous Coronary DIssection

Henken et al report a single-centre retrospective study (N=116) of patients with spontaneous coronary dissection. The clinical features and genetic evaluation is presented. The prevalence of fibromuscular dysplasia is seen (consistent with other studies).

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