- •In a large, population-based analysis of MI patients, 5.8% present with MINOCA.
- •One-year death/re-MI rate was 5.3% in MINOCA and 8.9% in patients with OCD.
- •770 (36.8%) of MINOCA patients had no angiographic evidence of CAD.
- •One-year death/re-MI rate among these patients was still 3.9%.
- •Despite the benign anatomic findings, clinical outcomes in MINOCA are still of concern.
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