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Carluccio E et al.  
Relation between Doppler transmitral flow and wall motion abnormalities during dipyridamole echocardiography in coronary artery disease

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2000; 3 (1): 47-51

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Koronare Herzkrankheit - Dipyridamol-Streßechokardiographie
Figure 1: Changes in Doppler indices during dipyridamole stress echocardiography. In group A (top panel) the reduction in E/A ratio was mainly due to a significant increase in peak A velocity at the end of dipyridamole infusion. In group B (bottom panel) the increased E/A ratio was due to a significant increase in peak E velocity and only a slight increase in peak A velocity.

Keywords: coronary artery diseaseDiagrammDipyridamoldipyridamoleechocardiographyEchokardiographieKoronare Herzkrankheit
Koronare Herzkrankheit - Dipyridamol-Streßechokardiographie
Figure 2: Wall motion score index (WMSI) at rest and peak of dipyridamole stress echocardiography in patients who had a reduction (group A) or an increase (group B) in E/A ratio at the end of drug infusion. Group A patients showed a higher increase in peak WMSI than group B.

Keywords: DiagrammDipyridamoldipyridamoleechocardiographyEchokardiographiewall motionWandbewegung
Koronare Herzkrankheit - Dipyridamol-Streßechokardiographie
Figure 3: Scatter-plot showing the relation between changes in wall motion abnormalities during dipyridamole stress echocardiography and the percent decrease in E/A ratio. High changes in wall motion score index were related to a greater decrease in E/A ratio (r = -0.72, p< 0.0001).

Keywords: coronary artery diseaseDiagrammDipyridamoldipyridamoleEchokardiographieKoronare Herzkrankheitwall motionWandbewegung
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