ST-Segment Depression During Exercise Without Angina Pectoris in Postinfarction Patients: Angiographic Findings and Prognostic Relevance

  • L. Samek
  • P. Betz
  • H. Roskamm
Conference paper

Abstract

Ischemia after myocardial infarction may arise in the border zone of the infarction or in an area supplied by a second or third significantly stenosed vessel that is not related to the infarction area. Some patients who undergo an exercise test after myocardial infarction show objective signs of ischemia and also experience subjective ischemia symptoms, others show signs of ischemia but do not have symptoms.

Keywords

Depression Ischemia Luminal 

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Reference

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    Samek L, Roskamm H, Rentrop P, Kaiser P, Stürzenhofecker P, Schober B, Görnandt L, Velden R (1975) Belastungsprüfungen und Koronarangiogramm im ehronischen Infarktstadium. Z Kardiol 64: 809–814PubMedGoogle Scholar

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  • L. Samek
  • P. Betz
  • H. Roskamm

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