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In 311 patients (269 men and 42 woman, 20 to 65 years old) without transmural myocardial infarction the results of exercise tests in supine position were compared with the results of coronary angiography. 1. Patients having ischemic ST-segment depression (greater than or equal to 0.1 mV) and angina pectoris during exercise (n = 108) showed a greater than or(More)
The correlation between the three ischemia indicators angina pectoris (AP), ST-segment depression (ST) and excessive pulmonary wedge pressure rise (PCP) during exercise, and the coronary angiographic findings, were analysed in 293 patients without previous transmural myocardial infarction. This patient material consisted of 253 men and 40 women between the(More)
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