Uncommon Form of Heart Attack Likely Runs in Family

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Uncommon Form of Heart Attack Likely Runs in Family
Uncommon Form of Heart Attack Likely Runs in Family
A study published on Monday could help remedy that: Researchers have found evidence of a genetic basis for an enigmatic kind of heart attack that preferentially strikes young women. In the new study, in JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers at the Mayo Clinic combed a registry of patients who had suffered spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), in which one layer of a coronary artery splits off from another like cheap laminate.
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