sepsis, hypertensive crisis, tachycardic atrial fibrillation) and vasospasm or coronary embolism
A problem of oxygen supply and demand, such as coronary spasm, coronary embolism
, arrhythmia, anemia, or hypotension.
9 The myocardial infarction with normal results of coronary angiography may occur in cases of hypercoagulable states coronary embolism
imbalance between oxygen demand and supply intense sympathetic stimulation coronary trauma coronary vasospasm coronary thrombosis and endothelial dysfunction.
is an uncommon but serious complication of prosthetic valve thrombosis.
Our patient did not have any major risk factors for coronary atherosclerosis, any clinical evidence of hypercoagulability or conditions associated with coronary embolism
should be considered especially when there is a predisposing factor such as intracardiac prosthesis, infective endocarditis, mural thrombus or a cardiac tumor.
Microscopic coronary embolism
documented in autopsy series is frequent (47%-80%), but clinical MI is extremely rare (1.