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The coronary “echo-stenotic” reflex
  1. M Fineschi,
  2. G Sinicropi,
  3. T Gori
  1. tommaso.gori@utoronto.ca

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A 71 year old woman underwent coronary angiography for typical stable angina symptoms. A bicycle ECG stress test showed a 4 mm horizontal V2–V4 downshift at 75 W. An intermediate lesion was observed on the mid left anterior descending coronary (panel A), and intravascular ultrasound showed a significant plaque burden (panel B). …

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