Cardiologists misdiagnose women as having panic attacks
This article was originally published in Clinica
Women visited their doctor 2.5 times to receive a correct diagnosis of one of the commonest cardiac problems, whilst men attended only 1.5 times, says a study from the Allegheny University in Philadelphia. More often than not, women were misdiagnosed as suffering from panic attacks.
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