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Role of nondiagnostic exercise-induced ST-segment abnormalities in predicting future coronary events in asymptomatic volunteers.

Rywik TM, O'Connor FC, Gittings NS, Wright JG, Khan AA, Fleg JL.

Circulation. 2002 Nov 26;106(22):2787-92.

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Independent prognostic significance of ischemic ST-segment response limited to recovery from treadmill exercise in asymptomatic subjects.

Rywik TM, Zink RC, Gittings NS, Khan AA, Wright JG, O'Connor FC, Fleg JL.

Circulation. 1998 Jun 2;97(21):2117-22.

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Prognostic value of heart rate adjustment of exercise-induced ST segment depression in the multiple risk factor intervention trial.

Okin PM, Grandits G, Rautaharju PM, Prineas RJ, Cohen JD, Crow RS, Kligfield P.

J Am Coll Cardiol. 1996 May;27(6):1437-43.

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Can serial exercise testing improve the prediction of coronary events in asymptomatic individuals?

Josephson RA, Shefrin E, Lakatta EG, Brant LJ, Fleg JL.

Circulation. 1990 Jan;81(1):20-4.

PMID:
2297826
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Prognostic value of myocardial perfusion SPECT versus exercise electrocardiography in patients with ST-segment depression on resting electrocardiography.

De Lorenzo A, Hachamovitch R, Kang X, Gransar H, Sciammarella MG, Hayes SW, Friedman JD, Cohen I, Germano G, Berman DS.

J Nucl Cardiol. 2005 Nov-Dec;12(6):655-61.

PMID:
16344227
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Computerized ST depression analysis improves prediction of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality: the strong heart study.

Okin PM, Devereux RB, Kors JA, van Herpen G, Crow RS, Fabsitz RR, Howard BV.

Ann Noninvasive Electrocardiol. 2001 Apr;6(2):107-16.

PMID:
11333167
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[ST segment depression during recovery after treadmill exercise test in stable patients with previous myocardial infarction].

Casella G, Pavesi PC, Di Niro M, Medda M, Rubboli A, Lezha M, Sangiorgio P, Bracchetti D.

G Ital Cardiol. 1996 Dec;26(12):1401-13. Italian.

PMID:
9162669
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Prediction of cardiovascular death by means of clinical and exercise test variables in patients selected for cardiac catheterization.

Morris CK, Morrow K, Froelicher VF, Hideg A, Hunter D, Kawaguchi T, Ribisl PM, Ueshima K, Wallis J.

Am Heart J. 1993 Jun;125(6):1717-26.

PMID:
8498316
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Prevalence of episodes of ST-segment depression among mild-to-moderate hypertensive patients in northern Italy: the Cardioscreening Study.

Stramba-Badiale M, Bonazzi O, Casadei G, Dal Palù C, Magnani B, Zanchetti A.

J Hypertens. 1998 May;16(5):681-8.

PMID:
9797180
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Gender-specific criteria and performance of the exercise electrocardiogram.

Okin PM, Kligfield P.

Circulation. 1995 Sep 1;92(5):1209-16.

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Prognostic value of exercise stress testing versus ambulatory electrocardiography after acute myocardial infarction: a 3 year follow-up study.

Quintana M, Lindvall K, Brolund F, Eriksson SV, Rydén L.

Coron Artery Dis. 1995 Nov;6(11):865-73.

PMID:
8696531
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The prognostic significance of exercise-induced silent ST-segment depression in patients after myocardial infarction.

Toyoda T, Takeuchi T, Uchiyama T, Sato H, Takahashi N, Miura T, Ibukiyama C.

Jpn Circ J. 1993 Mar;57(3):197-207.

PMID:
8464140
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Prognostic implications of exercise echocardiography in women with known or suspected coronary artery disease.

Heupler S, Mehta R, Lobo A, Leung D, Marwick TH.

J Am Coll Cardiol. 1997 Aug;30(2):414-20.

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