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“…There are several factors that can predispose the development of Takotsubo syndrome, including the death of a loved one or even some trauma suffered by the patient [29], [30]. In comparison with the literature, the patients presented in this study had several risk factors, among which we can mention: female gender, post-menopause period and emotional stressor [27]- [31].…”
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“…There are several factors that can predispose the development of Takotsubo syndrome, including the death of a loved one or even some trauma suffered by the patient [29], [30]. In comparison with the literature, the patients presented in this study had several risk factors, among which we can mention: female gender, post-menopause period and emotional stressor [27]- [31].…”
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“…Furthermore, the disease is more prevalent in postmenopausal women ages between 65 and 751. In addition, there are risk factors for the development of broken heart syndrome that are related to the quality of life of each patient, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, hyperlipidemia and anxiety [2], [4].…”
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