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Marathons confuse diagnosis of MI

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A small study of non-elite marathon runners has cast new light on cardiac troponins, with implications for diagnosing non-ST elevation myocardial infarction (MI).

International recommendations of raised troponin T value as an indicator of acute MI are not definitive, it seems, if the subject has engaged in prolonged exercise.

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