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Coronary vasospasm

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Coronary vasospasm

Coronary vasospasm is a sudden, intense vasoconstriction of an epicardial coronary artery that causes vessel occlusion or near occlusion.

It can cause Prinzmetal's angina. It can occur in multiple vessels.[1][2]

Atropine has been used to treat the condition.[1]

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