David Lee, MD

Publication Details

  • Recurrent spontaneous coronary artery dissection with transient left ventricular systolic dysfunction. International journal of cardiology Ardehali, R., Brinton, T. J., Wilson, A. M., Gradman, M., Vagelos, R. H., Lee, D. P. 2007; 116 (2): e48-50

    Abstract:

    Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is a potentially life-threatening entity with a variety of clinical presentations. We report a patient who presented with chest pain and angiographic evidence of coronary dissection. Due to the rapid resolution of symptoms and benign-appearing nature of the dissection, no intervention was pursued and the patient was maintained on medical therapy. She represented 2 days later with substernal chest pain, dynamic EKG changes, positive cardiac biomarkers and a transient depression of her left ventricular function.

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