Cardiologists suggest new name for heart disease in women

10/13/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Heart disease in women should be called ischemic heart disease because it is different from the coronary artery version most common in men, cardiologists said. They said the change could help focus attention on the greater symptom burden, functional disability and adverse outcomes experienced by women.

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