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Table 2 Clinical and angiographic characteristics in CA and control patients as a function of the AT1 receptor A/C polymorphism.

From: Angiotensin Converting Enzyme and Angiotensin II Type 1 Receptor Polymorphisms in Patients with Coronary Aneurysms

  CA (n = 113) Controls (n = 226)
  AA (n = 61) AC (n = 46) CC (n = 6) AA (n = 123) AC (n = 75) CC (n = 28)
Age, years 61 ± 13 64 ± 11 63 ± 7 61 ± 11 61 ± 12 64 ± 9
Body Mass Index, kg/m2 27.2 ± 4 28.4 ± 4 26 ± 6 27.7 ± 10 26.4 ± 5 27.3 ± 5
Male gender, % 90 91 83 80 81 75
Smoking, % 80 78 67 67 75 71
Hypercholesterolemia, % 80 83 67 75 73 86
Hypertension, % 41 43 67 54 41 54
Diabetes, % 16 13 33 26 19 36
Previous myocardial infarction, % 70 72 17 54 53 39
History of aortic aneurysm, % 10 4 0 0 0 4
Number of stenotic lesions, %       
- Non significant 6 4 0 6 11 22
- Single-vessel 22 29 67 32 37 32
- Two-vessel 45 51 0 33 31 32
- Three-vessel 27 16 33 29 21 14
Coronary aneurysm(s) location, %       
- Left Main 7 7 17 NA NA NA
- Left Anterior Descending Artery 47 60 50 NA NA NA
- Circumflex 33 49 17 NA NA NA
- Right Coronary Artery 72 73 67 NA NA NA
Number of vessel(s) with CA, %       
- 1 60 40 0 NA NA NA
- 2 27 38 50 NA NA NA
- 3 13 22 50 NA NA NA
Type of aneurysm(s), %       
- Diffuse 80 80 83 NA NA NA
- Focal 20 20 17 NA NA NA