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View Poll Results: In those with a normal exercise sestamibi study AND coronary artery disease....
A repeat scan is recommended in 1 year 0 0%
A repeat scan is recommended in 2 years 0 0%
A repeat scan is recommended in 3 years 0 0%
A repeat scan is recommended in 4 years 2 100.00%
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Old November 18th, 2003, 21:13
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In those with a normal exercise sestamibi study AND coronary artery disease....

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The authors recommend that an exercise perfusion study be repeated in 4 years in patients with known coronary artery disease.
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