Coronary angiography during exercise-induced angina with ECG changes.


Coronary angiography was performed at rest and during bicycle exercise immediately after the onset of angina and significant ST segment elevation or depression in the ECG. Of 11 patients, six showed significant reduction of coronary lumen diameter at the site of organic stenosis; mean values of stenosis (range) before and during exercise were 55% (25% to 88… (More)


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@article{Matsuda1984CoronaryAD, title={Coronary angiography during exercise-induced angina with ECG changes.}, author={Y Matsuda and H. Ogawa and Kazunori Moritani and Takeshi Fujii and Fuyumi Yoshino and Kanji Katayama and Tetsuji Miura and Yoichi Toma and M Matsuda and Reizo Kusukawa}, journal={American heart journal}, year={1984}, volume={108 4 Pt 1}, pages={959-66} }