Enfermedad aterosclerótica subclínica

Alexander Valdés Martín, Adrian Naranjo Dominguez

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La historia natural de la enfermedad aterosclerótica comprende un largo período silente o asintomático. Esa condición, llamada enfermedad aterosclerosis subclínica (EAS), es altamente prevalente en la población adulta en general y se ha asociado a la morbimortalidad cardiovascular. Los marcadores de EAS son un conjunto de hallazgos anatómicos, funcionales o serológicos que permiten diagnosticar la existencia de la enfermedad aterosclerótica en la etapa preclínica.

 

Palabras clave

aterosclerosis subclínica; grosor intima-media, score de calcio, resonancia magnética nuclear, rigidez arterial, Framingham Risk Score.

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