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The following discussion will be limited to mechanisms involving vasoconstriction. Coronary Spasm: Spasm can be defined as an abnormal, inappropriate increase in coronary vasomotor tone involving one or more epicardial coronary arteries. It can be focal, usually involving a small segment of the vessel, or diffuse [22, 23]. The most common clinical expression of this pathogenetic mechanism is Prinzmetal's angina. Focal coronary spasm seems to be caused by a local supersensitivity and hyperreactivity of a coronary artery segment to a variety of vasoconstrictor stimuli (alpha-adrenergic, histaminergic, serotonergic and cholinergic among others) (Figs.
It has been claimed that clinically useful information in patients with myocardial infarction can be obtained from maximum acceleration and peak velocity measured by the Doppler method [32, 33]. In order to investigate this question, we recorded resting supine Doppler values obtained from the printed output of the "Exerdop" instrument and correlated the values with ejection fraction obtained by MUGA. No statistically significant correlations were obtained between peak velocity and ejection fraction or between maximum acceleration and ejection fraction .
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