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Coronary arteriographic study of mild angina.
  1. W Walsh,
  2. A F Rickards,
  3. R Balcon


    The results of coronary arteriography, exercise, and pacing stress testing in 50 young patients with mild angina are analysed. There was a significant correlation between the results of stress tests and the secerity of disease. There were, however, patients with severe disease and negative tests. Fifty-six per cent of patients had disease which potentially could have been surgically treated. It is concluded that coronary arteriography is indicated in these patients with mild symptoms.

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