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volcanobuns  @frimmy_11 Why would protein break down after only 20 hours? Shouldn’t fat be the major contributor now? Also, if protein is being used, then why isn’t valine the choice? Valine is also glucogenic. +

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bighead478  in FA it shows softening of the myocardium to happen at 3-14 days. Do you think this was overly misleading people (like me) into choosing myocardial rupture? I understand the histo features are consistent with < 24 hours, but the stem should also match this in every detail +
athenathefirst  Anyone knows why it's. not cardiogenic shock since it happened within <24 hours? +
lovebug  @athenathefirst I also had same Question. maybe Question asks "Most likely mechanism of death" > most common cause of death in 24hr is arrythmia. cardiogenic shock is also possible. but it's not the most common cause of death within 24hr. +




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