Kounis syndrome: first series in Turkish patients
Ekşi Duran, Nilüfer
Ayyıldız Civan, Haster
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CitationBiteker, M., Ekşi Duran, N., Biteker, F., Ayyıldız Civan, H., Gündüz, S., Gökdeniz, T., Kaya, H. ve Özkan, M. (2009). Offical Journal of The Turkish Society of Cardiology. 9(1), s. 59-60.
After the first report of acute myocardial infarction during a prolonged allergic reaction to penicillin was published in 1950 (1), the concurrence of allergic reactions and acute coronary syndromes called Kounis syndrome (KS) has gained acceptance as a new cause of coronary artery spasm (1-3). Kounis Syndrome was firstly described in 1991 as “the allergic angina syndrome” which could progress to acute myocardial infarction, which was named “allergic myocardial infarction” (2-4).
SourceOffical Journal of The Turkish Society of Cardiology
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