Stress cardiac magnetic resonance imaging provides effective cardiac risk reclassification in patients with known or suspected stable coronary artery disease.

@article{Shah2013StressCM,
  title={Stress cardiac magnetic resonance imaging provides effective cardiac risk reclassification in patients with known or suspected stable coronary artery disease.},
  author={Ravi Vikram Shah and Bobak Heydari and Otavio Rizzi Coelho-Filho and Venkatesh L. Murthy and Siddique A Abbasi and Jiazhuo H Feng and Michael J. Pencina and Tomas G. Neilan and Judith L Meadows and Sanjeev Francis and Ron Blankstein and Michael L. Steigner and Marcelo Di Carli and Michael Jerosch-Herold and Raymond Y. Kwong},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2013},
  volume={128 6},
  pages={605-14}
}
BACKGROUND A recent large-scale clinical trial found that an initial invasive strategy does not improve cardiac outcomes beyond optimized medical therapy in patients with stable coronary artery disease. Novel methods to stratify at-risk patients may refine therapeutic decisions to improve outcomes. METHODS AND RESULTS In a cohort of 815 consecutive patients referred for evaluation of myocardial ischemia, we determined the net reclassification improvement of the risk of cardiac death or… CONTINUE READING
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