[Continous electrocardiography recording in coronary insufficiency. Diagnostic value].

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The accuracy of continuous 24 hour recordings (Holter's method) in the diagnosis of coronary insufficiency has been studied in 115 patients, by comparison with coronary arteriography. The technique was highly specific, but only fairly sensitive under the conditions of the study, because of the relative inactivity of the patients or the absence symptoms… (More)

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@article{Sellier1978ContinousER, title={[Continous electrocardiography recording in coronary insufficiency. Diagnostic value].}, author={Phillipe Sellier and François Proust and P Delebarre and Jean L{\'e}on Guermonprez and P. Ourbak and Pascal Maurice}, journal={Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux}, year={1978}, volume={71 6}, pages={638-44} }