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Why is elevated homocysteine considered a risk factor for angina?
Elevated homocysteine levels are listed among risk factors for angina. How is homocysteine related to the heart? Or the coronary arteries? How do these relationships make it a risk factor for angina? ...
May 11 '13 at 11:45
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