Author(s): Dalal JJ, McCans JL, Parker JO
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Abstract Nitroglycerin is routinely used during coronary angiography for its vasodilating effects. An unusual case is described in which nitroglycerin induced severe coronary artery spasm. Interpretation of coronary angiograms after nitroglycerin should be made with caution.
This article was published in Cathet Cardiovasc Diagn
and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology