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Exercise Stress Test

The purpose of this test is to learn whether physical exertion produces any abnormal symptoms or electrocardiographic changes. This information is valuable in helping to determine whether you have an abnormality of the heart. The test also enables your doctor to evaluate the severity of your symptoms and/or your response to treatment. This information is very useful in formulating and guiding your treatment regimen.

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Intravenous Dipyridamole Stress Test

This is a pharmacologic stress test using intravenous Dipyridamole (Persantine) will be performed since your physician feels you could not adequately complete an exercise stress test. The purpose of the test is to diagnose possible underlying coronary artery disease or to quantify the extent of known disease.

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