Establishing the diagnosis and etiology of angina pectoris
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Thallium-201 myocardial perfusion imaging at rest and during exercise. Comparative sensitivity to electrocardiography in coronary artery disease
Spectrum of coronary arterial spasm. Clinical, angiographic and myocardial metabolic experience in 29 cases
Myocardial imaging with indium- 113m- and technetium-99m-macroaggregated albumin. New procedure for identification of stress-induced regional ischemia
Correlation of "critical" left coronary artery lesions with positive submaximal exercise tests in patients with chest pain
Myocardial perfusion imaging with 99m-Tc or 113m-In macroaggregated albumin: correlation of the perfusion image with clinical, angiographic, surgical, and histologic findings
Improved diagnosis in coronary cinearteriography with routine use of 110 degrees oblique views and cranial and caudal angulations. Comparison with standard transverse oblique views in 100 patients
Nonatheromatous ischemic heart disease following withdrawal from chronic industrial nitroglycerin exposure
Noninvasive regional myocardial perfusion with radioactive potassium. Study of patients at rest, with exercise and during angina pectoris
Preinfarctional (unstable) angina--a prospective study--ten year follow-up. Prognostic significance of electrocardiographic changes
Myocardial perfusion imaging with radioactive-labeled particles injected directly into the coronary circulation of patients with coronary artery disease
Alterations in the circulatory response to exercise following a meal and their relationship to postprandial angina pectoris
Effects of a reduction in environmental temperature on the circulatory response to exercise in man. Implications concerning angina pectoris
Impact of type D personality on major adverse cardiac events in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention: The mediating role of cognitive appraisal and coping style.
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