English translation: Killip-Kimball class I reinfarction
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Explanation: Well, I haven't found any refs to "myocardial preinfarction"...
so wondered whether it was a typo
"Reinfarction can occur after acute myocardial infarction..."
ScienceDirect - Thrombosis Research : Risk stratification in ...
The risk for 30-day mortality and/or reinfarction significantly increased in ...  T. Killip and J.T. Kimball, Treatment of myocardial infarction in a ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0049384804003494 - Similar pages
You will need to investigate this more thoroughly.
There is a myocardial preinfarction syndrome but no such thing as an acute myocardial preinfarction - and the Killip-Kimball classification applies only to established infarcts. The classification is usually I, II, III, IV and not A, B, C, D.
I just realized the asker has found that the source said "reinfarto". That changes half of the answer, but the rest is still wrong, and how on earth could we have known that the source was different from what was written?
Liz wants an apology! She is still wrong. This is not the person "A Kimball", but Killip-Kindall A (or B, C or D). And try to Google "myocardial preinfarction". You get hundreds of hits.... You picked the wrong answer Fernando.
Look folks...I don't mind being told I'm wrong, but please supply the references to prove you are right! I have failed to come up with ANY UK refs for myocardial preinfarction, just constant refs to preinfarction angina...
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(an acute) myocardial preinfarction (Killip and Kimball A)