Pectoris The Electrocardiogram during Exercise : Its Value in the Diagnosis of Angina

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THE DIAGNOSIS of angina pectoris, although fairly simple in the characteristic case, may not be made with certainty under a variety of conditions. In approximately 50 per cent of cases the diagnosis is made chiefly from the history, since objective evidence of myocardial abnormality may be lacking in the early stage. In the absence of a characteristic… (More)

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