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Prediction of coronary artery disease by left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities in patients with stenosis of the aortic valve. Left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R E Safford, A A Bove

Date : 01/03/1987
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Sixty-nine patients over age 35 with severe valvular aortic stenosis were investigated for concomitant coronary artery disease. Of those with angina, 13 patients (32.5) had significant coronary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C N Harris, M A Kaplan, D P Parker, E F Dunne, H S Cowell, M H Ellestad

Date : 01/06/1975
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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
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P T Wilmshursta, R N Stevensona, H Griffithsb, J R Lordc aDepartment of Cardiology, The Royal Infirmary, Huddersfield, UK, bDepartment of Chemical Pathology, cThe Surgery, Marsh Gardens, Honley, UK ...

Heart, Paper, P T Wilmshurst, R N Stevenson, H Griffiths, J R Lord

Date : 01/11/1997
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[...]there is much less data on clinical outcomes in adults with asymptomatic mild-moderate stenosis.13Knowledge of the expected outcomes with mild aortic valve disease is especially important given ...

European Heart Journal, Otto, Catherine M.

Date : 01/02/2004 Item size : 99387 bytes
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[...]there is much less data on clinical outcomes in adults with asymptomatic mild-moderate stenosis.13Knowledge of the expected outcomes with mild aortic valve disease is especially important given ...

European Heart Journal, Otto, Catherine M.

Date : 01/02/2004 Item size : 99323 bytes