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What is a coronary vasospasm?
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Dr. Brian Wosnitzer
Nuclear Medicine
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In brief: Coronary Vasospasm..
Coronary artery vasospasm is smooth muscle constriction of the coronary artery.
This can mimic coronary artery obstruction by plaque. Cocaine use can cause vasospasm.

In brief: Coronary Vasospasm..
Coronary artery vasospasm is smooth muscle constriction of the coronary artery.
This can mimic coronary artery obstruction by plaque. Cocaine use can cause vasospasm.
Dr. Brian Wosnitzer
Dr. Brian Wosnitzer
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Dr. Gutti Rao
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice
In brief: Coronary spasms
Medications including aspirin, calcium channel blockers, proper diet, exercise in moderation, cessation of smoking etc same as coronary spasm causes transient chest pain most often.

In brief: Coronary spasms
Medications including aspirin, calcium channel blockers, proper diet, exercise in moderation, cessation of smoking etc same as coronary spasm causes transient chest pain most often.
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