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Figure 7: An abnormal exercise stress echocardiogram. (a) End-diastolic frame. (b) End-systolic frame. Upper images show apical 4-chamber view and the lower images show apical long-axis view. Rest images are on the left side and the immediate postexercise images are on the right side. There is no visible abnormality in end-diastolic images but end-systolic frames show bulging of apex and distal part of anteroseptum postexercise suggestive of inducible ischemia in the territory of left anterior descending artery

Figure 7: An abnormal exercise stress echocardiogram. (a) End-diastolic frame. (b) End-systolic frame. Upper images show apical 4-chamber view and the lower images show apical long-axis view. Rest images are on the left side and the immediate postexercise images are on the right side. There is no visible abnormality in end-diastolic images but end-systolic frames show bulging of apex and distal part of anteroseptum postexercise suggestive of inducible ischemia in the territory of left anterior descending artery