The time has come to reexamine the gold standard when evaluating noninvasive testing.


Angiographically identified 50% cross-sectional narrowing of a coronary artery fails to accurately identify compromised myocardial perfusion. Noninvasive tests should be correlated with intravascular ultrasound or coronary flow reserve to determine their clinical utility. 


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