Relation of quantitative coronary lesion measurements to the development of exercise-induced ischemia assessed by exercise echocardiography.

@article{Sheikh1990RelationOQ,
  title={Relation of quantitative coronary lesion measurements to the development of exercise-induced ischemia assessed by exercise echocardiography.},
  author={K. H. Sheikh and J R Bengtson and Salah Helmy and Candido Juarez and Russell Burgess and Thomas M. Bashore and Joseph Kisslo},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={1043-51}
}
To assess the relation of quantitative measures of coronary stenoses to the development of exercise-induced regional wall motion abnormalities, 34 patients with isolated, single vessel coronary artery lesions and normal wall motion at rest underwent exercise echocardiography and quantitative angiography on the same day. Although all 11 patients with a visually estimated stenosis greater than or equal to 75% had an ischemic response and 10 (91%) of 11 patients with a less than or equal to 25… CONTINUE READING

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