Prothrombotic burden in a patient with recurrent thrombotic events: might an early assessment of thrombophilia be useful in the presence of a strong family history for vascular events?
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A 55-year-old man (A. Z.) was admitted to Our Cardiac Step Down Unit of the tertiary center: Careggi Hospital, for an evaluation in the presence of a history of recurrent cardiovascular events.
Classical cardiovascular risk factors:
KeywordsClopidogrel Left Anterior Descend Rosuvastatin Right Coronary Artery Thrombotic Event
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