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  • Fatal Myopericarditis Following an Influenza A (H3N2) Infection. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Case Rep 2018 May 08; 19:540-544
  • Lefeuvre C, Behillil S, … Ducancelle A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pericardial effusion myopericarditis may occur during influenza virus infection in young individuals, even those with no known predisposing factors. Physicians need to be aware that acute myopericarditis can be a fatal complication of recent influenza virus infection in all patients with instable hemodynamics. Early diagnosis and treatment could reduce, in some cases, the risk of severe cardiac events. However, this sudden and fatal outcome was difficult to predict in a healthy young female with no known risk factors.
  • [MINOCA in Iceland. Acute coronary syndrome in patients with normal or nonobstructive coronary arteries]. [Journal Article]
  • LLaeknabladid 2018 Mai; 104(5):237-242
  • Vignisson ST, Gudmundsdottir IJ, … Andersen K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The proportion of MINOCA in Iceland is 13.2% of patients admitted for acute coronary syndromes. Plaque erosion / rupture was considered a likely cause in one third of patients with other causes beeing evenly distributed with approximately half that frequency. Identification of the underlying cause of MINOCA would become more accurate with a consistent use of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in these patients as it provided a definitive diagnosis in all of those -studied.
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