The predictive value of anginal chest pain as an indicator of coronary disease during exercise testing.

@article{Weiner1978ThePV,
  title={The predictive value of anginal chest pain as an indicator of coronary disease during exercise testing.},
  author={D A Weiner and Carolyn H. McCabe and David C. Hueter and Thomas James Ryan and William B. Hood},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={1978},
  volume={96 4},
  pages={458-62}
}
To determine the significance of anginal chest pain during exercise testing, a series of 302 patients undergoing coronary arteriography with exercise testing was reviewed. Of the 302 patients, 85 had ischemic ECG changes and chest pain (Group I); 87 patients had ischemic ECG changes but no chest pain (Group II); 25 patients had chest pain but no ischemic ECG changes (Group III); 105 patients had neither chest pain nor ischemic ECG changes (Group IV). Coronary artery disease was present in 95… CONTINUE READING

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