Table 4Comparison of the incidence of coronary thrombosis and of ulcerated plaques without thrombosis with the degree of luminal stenosis in four different acute coronary syndromes

Degree of Luminal Stenosis (%)Totals(%)
<5050–5960–6970–7980–8990–99100
Cardiogenic ShockUP511710233848
No. 28Tc24682141*52
Total5119148112179
 
SCD w/ AMIUP3464111944
No. 18Tc2281224*56
Total3466391243
 
SCD w/o AMIUP1538733661
No. 26Tc446923*39
Total15381176959
 
Cardiac RuptureUP437111653
No. 11Tc323614*47
Total46734630
 
TotalsUP271824287510952
No. 83Tc510142548102*48
Total27182938213048211

UP = Ulcerated plaque without thrombosis; Tc = Occlusive coronary thrombus; SCD = Sudden cardiac death; AMI = Acute myocardial infarction; * = p =<0.001 (Reprinted from reference 57 with permission)

From: Chapter 10, Chronic Ulcerated Plaques

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Inflammatory Atherosclerosis: Characteristics of the Injurious Agent.
Frink RJ.
Sacramento (CA): Heart Research Foundation; 2002.
Copyright © 2002, Richard J Frink.

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