October 1997, Volume 47, Issue 10

Editorial

Chiamydia Pneumoniae: Can It Cause Atherosclerosis?

Ghazala Moihyuddin Arain

The Chiamydia species that infect1-3 humans (C. trachomatis, C. psittaci and C. pneumoniae) are known to cause myocarditis and endocarditis. C. pneumomae (also labelled strain TWAR) can cause coronary artety disease4-11. Infections and

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