WILLIAM BENNETT BEAN, M.D.
In the first part of this study the conditions underlying and precipitating cardiac infarction were analyzed. In this paper the symptomatology of the acute attack and related data will be presented.
Statistical reports8, 7 show that coronary artery disease is today much more prevalent than as recently as 20 years ago. The records of this hospital for the first and second halves of the 31-year period investigated are summarized in table 1. It is improbable that the increased percentage of
BEAN WB. INFARCTION OF THE HEART: II. SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF ACUTE ATTACK(II. SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF ACUTE ATTACK*). Ann Intern Med. 1938;11:2086–2108. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-11-12-2086
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