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[...]at peak stress, tissue hypoperfusion may occur in insufficient degrees to reduce contractile function (so wall thickening remains normal) but there is still ischaemia at the tissue ...

Date : 30/11/2011
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Normal septal and lateral wall thickening at rest and peak stress (ap4c VIEW) Stress BOTTOM:

Date : 24/10/2011
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Note the heart rate of 122-126bpm. Abormal Example - Angiogram Note: Thus by wall motion criteria, there was only 1/17 ischaemic segments (apical septum) But by perfusion, there were 6/17 ischaemic ...

Date : 29/11/2011
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Low-flow Low- gradient (LFLG) aortic stenosis in patients with a depressed LV ejection fraction Severe aortic stenosis is defined as an aortic valve effective orifice area (AVA) ≤ 1.0 cm2 or ≤ ...

Date : 11/12/2013
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Physiological Stress Bicycle and treadmill stress can both be used to perform MCE, though one must be quick to obtain wall motion images (<90 seconds) so that perfusion assessment still occurs ...

Date : 30/11/2011