Exercise two-dimensional echocardiography for diagnosis of coronary artery disease.

Abstract

To improve ultrasound images during exercise 2-dimensional echocardiography (2-D echo), a device was developed to hold the transducer and maintain its orientation relative to the heart. The value of this technique in detecting wall motion abnormalities and changes in ejection fraction was evaluated in 54 men undergoing stress test for angina. Thallium-201… (More)

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