What is the best most specific and sensitive indicator for
a Re-Myocardial Infartion(Post MI) ?

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Answer / ikilledmysoul

CPK-MB's Coz they return normal after 4-5 days but the
Troponins are raised for 4 weeks after 1st MI.

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Answer / branmd

ldl more than 70 mgm

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