Coronary sinus lactate estimation and esophageal motor anomalies in angina with normal coronary angiogram

@article{Ducrotte1984CoronarySL,
  title={Coronary sinus lactate estimation and esophageal motor anomalies in angina with normal coronary angiogram},
  author={Dr. Ph. Ducrotte and Jannicke Berland and Dr. Ph. Denis and Jean Paul Galmiche and Alain G Cribier and Brice Letac and Pierre Pasquis},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={1984},
  volume={29},
  pages={305-310}
}
Twenty-three patients (ages 44–82) with angina-like chest pain with a negative stress test and a normal coronary angiogram were studied for myocardial lactate metabolism during atrial pacing and for esophageal motor function with manometric measurements and acid infusion test. Eight patients had an abnormal myocardial lactate metabolism during maximal atrial pacing. Esophageal motor anomalies were observed in six of these eight patients and nine of the 15 subjects with normal myocardial lactate… CONTINUE READING
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