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Analysing and Improving the Diagnosis of
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Ischaemic heart disease is one of the world's most important causes of mortality, so improvements and rationalization of diagnostic procedures would be very useful. The four diagnostic levels consist of evaluation of signs and symptoms of the disease and ECG (electrocardiogram) at rest, sequential ECG testing during the controlled exercise, myocardial scintigraphy, and finally coronary angiography (which is considered to be the reference method).
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Matja Z Kukar,Igor Kononenko,Ciril Gro Selj,Katarina Kralj
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Matja Z Kukar,Igor Kononenko,Ciril Gro Selj,Katarina Kralj Analysing and Improving the Diagnosis of
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