Published in Cardiovascular Week, June 12th, 2006
Investigators in Canada conducted a study "to examine the capacity of angina and related symptoms experienced during exercise-stress testing to detect the presence of ischemia, controlling for other clinical factors."
B. D'Antono and colleagues of the Montreal Heart Institute wrote, "The authors undertook a prospective study of 482 women and 425 men (mean age 58 years) undergoing exercise stress testing with myocardial perfusion imaging. One hundred forty-six women and 127 men reported chest pain, and of these, 25% of women and...
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