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Exercise echocardiography
  1. G Wynn,
  2. M Burgess
  1. Aintree Cardiac Centre, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, UK
  1. Dr G Wynn, Aintree Cardiac Centre, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, UK; gjw{at}

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To the editor: The recent study by Ha et al1 illustrates the potential benefit of using exercise stress for detection of early myocardial disease in diabetic patients. With modern advances in cardiac imaging the detection and management of subclinical disease in patients at high cardiovascular risk is likely to become increasingly relevant. The use of exercise stress and its application outside the conventional application of coronary disease highlights an area …

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