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Between 10 and 20% of coronary arteriograms in patients with chest pain show normal vessels, often in association with a history of "atypical" angina. If coronary arteriography was withheld in ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C Ilsley, A Stockley, D Clitsakis, C Layton

Date : 01/12/1982

Prospective study of all women presenting to a centre with chest pain between 1987 and 1993 who were assessed by an ETT and coronary angiography. The negative predictive value for those women above ...

Heart, Research Article, N. Curzen, D. Patel, D. Clarke, C. Wright, D. Mulcahy, A. Sullivan, D. Holdright, K. Fox

Date : 01/08/1996

A series of 456 episodes of spontaneous chest pain not considered by the primary medical attendant to be sufficiently severe or suggestive of coronary disease to warrant admission to hospital has ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D Short

Date : 01/03/1981

Diabetes is a major risk factor for ischaemic heart disease; the relative risk increases at least twofold among diabetic men and even more so for women.1 Diabetes is associated with more extensive ...


Date : 01/12/1997

Twenty six patients were paced until they had severe chest pain or 2 mm ST segment depression or they reached a paced rate of 180 beats/min. Twelve patients (group 1), all with coronary artery ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K G Oldroyd, M Chopra, A C Rankin, J J Belch, S M Cobbe

Date : 01/02/1990

Analysis of the ST segment/heart rate slope during exercise testing has been suggested as a method of accurately predicting the presence and severity of coronary artery disease. [...]the extent of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, M J Raphael, C Wright, L Bealing, K M Fox

Date : 01/04/1984

Limited value of the resting electrocardiogram in assessing patients with recent onset chest pain: lessons from a chest pain clinic. Seventy patients (28%) have so far undergone intervention ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Norell, D Lythall, G Coghlan, A Cheng, S Kushwaha, J Swan, C Ilsley, A Mitchell

Date : 01/01/1992

The prevalence of significant coronary artery disease (reduction in luminal diameter by more than 50%) among 88 consecutive patients with aortic stenosis requiring aortic valve replacement at ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Exadactylos, D D Sugrue, C M Oakley

Date : 01/02/1984

Evaluation of changes in myocardial perfusion and function on exercise in patients with coronary artery disease by gated MIBI scintigraphy. PATIENTS--43 presenting with chest pain, 28 with coronary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Avery, N Hudson, P Hubner

Date : 01/07/1993

How important is a history of chest pain in determining the degree of ischaemia in patients with angina pectoris? Since therapeutic decisions in patients with angina pectoris are usually based on ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, C M Wright, L J Mockus, K M Fox

Date : 01/07/1985