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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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"Recovery only" ST-segment depression and the predictive accuracy of the exercise test.

Lachterman B, Lehmann KG, Abrahamson D, Froelicher VF.

Ann Intern Med. 1990 Jan 1;112(1):11-6. Erratum in: Ann Intern Med 1990 Aug 15;113(4):333-4.

PMID:
2293816
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Ischemic-like ST-segment changes during Holter monitoring in patients with angina pectoris and normal coronary arteries but negative exercise testing.

Lanza GA, Manzoli A, Pasceri V, Colonna G, Cianflone D, Crea F, Maseri A.

Am J Cardiol. 1997 Jan 1;79(1):1-6.

PMID:
9024726
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Similar time course of ST depression during and after exercise in patients with coronary artery disease and syndrome X.

Pupita G, Kaski JC, Galassi AR, Gavrielides S, Crea F, Maseri A.

Am Heart J. 1990 Oct;120(4):848-54.

PMID:
2220537
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Angina pectoris and ST-segment depression during exercise testing early following acute myocardial infarction.

Abboud L, Hir J, Eisen I, Markiewicz W.

Cardiology. 1994;84(4-5):268-73.

PMID:
8187111
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Prognostic value of early exercise stress testing after successful coronary angioplasty: importance of the degree of revascularization.

Deligonul U, Vandormael MG, Shah Y, Galan K, Kern MJ, Chaitman BR.

Am Heart J. 1989 Mar;117(3):509-14.

PMID:
2521972
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Diagnostic accuracy of exercise ECG lead systems in clinical subsets of women.

Guiteras P, Chaitman BR, Waters DD, Bourassa MG, Scholl JM, Ferguson RJ, Wagniart P.

Circulation. 1982 Jun;65(7):1465-74.

PMID:
7074802
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Maximal 12-lead exercise testing for prediction of severity of coronary artery disease.

Baron DW, Poole-Wilson PA, Rickards AF.

Eur J Cardiol. 1980;11(4):259-67.

PMID:
7389807
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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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[Association of QT dispersion, ST/heart rate slope and ST-segment depression in exercise test to evaluate restenosis after percutaneous coronary intervention].

Hou RT, Hao ZM, Ding ZJ, Jin FB, Guo DJ, Li CH.

Zhongguo Wei Zhong Bing Ji Jiu Yi Xue. 2007 Nov;19(11):671-4. Chinese.

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[Use of the ECG under physical load for assessing the status of ischemic heart disease patients].

Ryan TJ, Fischer LD, Weiner DA, McCabe CH, Chaitman B, Kennedy JW, Ferguson J, Tristani F.

Kardiologiia. 1982 Feb;22(2):22-6. Russian.

PMID:
7069984
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Prognosis of patients with unstable angina and low-risk exercise test: significance of ST-segment depression on the admission ECG.

Castillo-Moreno JA, Molina-Laborda E, Florenciano-Sánchez R, Villanueva-Sánchez JG, Egea-Beneyto S, Ortega-Bernal J.

Int J Cardiol. 2003 Jun;89(2-3):145-52.

PMID:
12767536
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How to improve noninvasive coronary artery disease diagnostics in premenopausal women? The influence of menstrual cycle on ST depression, left ventricle contractility, and chest pain observed during exercise echocardiography in women with angina and normal coronary angiogram.

Grzybowski A, Puchalski W, Zieba B, Gruchala M, Fijalkowski M, Storoniak K, Sobiczewski W, Ciecwierz D, Targonski R, Rynkiewicz A.

Am Heart J. 2008 Nov;156(5):964.e1-964.e5. doi: 10.1016/j.ahj.2008.08.014.

PMID:
19061713
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Exercise-induced angina with intermittent ST-segment elevation.

Inomata T, Igarashi Y, Ebe K, Nagai T, Shibata A.

Intern Med. 1995 Jun;34(6):597-601.

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