StudyReasons for exclusion
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Bolibar, I., et al. “Short-term prognostic value of lipid measurements in patients with angina pectoris.” Thrombosis and Haemostasis 84.6 (2000): 955–60.No risk score
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Dunder, K., et al. “Cardiovascular risk factors for stable angina pectoris versus unheralded myocardial infarction.” American Heart Journal 147.3 (2004): 502–08.Not relevant to the question
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Helfant, R. H. “Stable angina pectoris. Risk stratification and therapeutic options.” Circulation 82.3 SUPPL. (1990): II.Not relevant to the question
Hagman, M., et al. “Risk factors for angina pectoris in a population study of Swedish men.” Journal of Chronic Diseases 40.3 (1987): 265–75.Not relevant to the question. No risk score.
Madhavan, S., H. Cohen, and M. H. Alderman. “Angina pectoris by Rose questionnaire does not predict cardiovascular disease in treated hypertensive patients.” Journal of Hypertension 13.11 (1995): 1307–12.Not relevant to the question
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Hagman, M., et al. “Factors of importance for prognosis in men with angina pectoris derived from a random population sample. The Multifactor Primary Prevention Trial, Gothenburg, Sweden.” American Journal of Cardiology 61.8 (1988): 530–35.Individual risk actors
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From: Appendix E, Included – Excluded Studies and Clinical Evidence Tables

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