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ST segment depression as a manifestation of autonomic dystonia

At the same time, it is possible that ST segment depression, caused by an increased tone of the sympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system, also expresses actual circulatory failure due to the narrowing of small coronary arteries. Perhaps the reason for their narrowing during stress is not catecholamines, but, for example, neuropeptide Y, released by the ends of the sympathetic nerves under the influence of a strong adrenergic effect, which causes the narrowing of small coronary arteries.
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ST segment depression as a manifestation of autonomic dystonia

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