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Thrombolytic therapy and myocardial infarction.
  1. C L Berry


    Examination of 27 hearts from patients treated by streptokinase following myocardial infarction showed one major histopathological difference from controls, the presence of massive interstitial haemorrhage into the necrotic tissue in some cases. This change is presumably related to the re-establishment of the circulation to infarcted areas.

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