This book offers a clinical review of chest pain with normal coronary arteries. It places emphasis on effective diagnosis and treatment, and makes extensive use of practical case-based material while reviewing the guidelines in a multidisplinary manner.
Written by leading authorities in the field, Chest Pain with Normal Coronary Arteries comprehensively reviews the clinical presentation and the pathogenesis of the condition, as well as its management. This book provides a practical tool for the clinician and a bank of information and new ideas for research scientists and clinical researchers interested in understanding the causes and mechanisms of chest pain with normal coronary arteries. Whether the pain be of gastroenterologic, cardiac or endocrine in origin, the book focuses on effective diagnosis, treatment and management of different pathologies in patients. Chest Pain with Normal Coronary Arteries is an essential read for all clinicians involved in managing patients with chest pain, and those that should be aware of non-cardiac chest pain.
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Essential read for all clinicians involved in managing patients with chest pain or those that should be aware of non-cardiac chest pain
Extensive use of practical case-based material and review of guidelines in a broad multidisciplinary manner