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Comparative analysis of the information value of electrocardiographic loading tests in relation to the characteristics of atherosclerotic lesions of the coronary arteries



Comparative analysis of the information value of electrocardiographic loading tests in relation to the characteristics of atherosclerotic lesions of the coronary arteries



Kardiologiia 27(4): 54-57



Diagnostic possibilities of various exercise tests (bicycle ergometry, the dipyridamole test, atrial electrostimulation) were demonstrated, as was a relationship between their sensitivity and the number of stenosed coronary arteries, the extent and level of obstruction, collateral circulation specificity and myocardial function.

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