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Women have less risk than men, in general, for MI at the age of 60:
The primary risk of coronary arteriosclerosis is from the clot that can form on the atherosclerotic arterial surface:
Assessing a woman at risk for MI might need to include sophisticated clotting studies:
Propensity to clot is increased from use of transdermal estrogens:
Propensity to clot is increased from use of oral estrogens:
Propensity to clot is increased from inflammatory issues:
Coagulation propensity can be decreased by:
Women have less risk than men, in general, for MI (myocardial infarction) at the age of 40: