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ST elevation on the exercise ECG: only severe stenosis?
  1. J C Murphy,
  2. A A J Adgey
  1. The Heart Centre, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, UK
  1. Correspondence to A A Jennifer Adgey, The Heart Centre, Royal Victoria Hospital, Grosvenor Rd, Belfast BT12 6BA, UK; jennifer.adgey{at}

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The Authors' reply: We thank Norgaz et al for their comments on our article1 and their demonstration of coronary spasm during cardiac catheterisation in a male patient who had ST-segment elevation (STE) during exercise stress testing.2 Their report does not suggest the possibility that the spasm was induced by catheter instrumentation or whether the phenomenon reproduced symptoms of chest pain and STE on …

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