Coronary Microvascular Disease: A Woman’s Issue

Women tend to develop problems in the heart's smaller arteries, but the condition can be difficult to detect.

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Heart disease remains the number one killer of women and men in the U.S., but there are important differences in the types of coronary problems that affect each gender. Women

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