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sysadmin November 18th, 2003 21:20

How does the prognosis after a normal pharmacologic stress scan compare to exercise?
 
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There is a low event rate in patients with a normal pharmacologic stress sestamibi scan, however, it is slightly higher than that seen in patients with a normal exercise sestamibi scan. This is thought to be due to the fact that those needing pharmacologic stress are a higher risk population than those who are able to exercise.


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