Apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a LV angiography demonstrates apical hypertrophy, which has caused typical apical obliteration of the left ventricle, producing a “spade-shaped” ventricle. b Echocardiography shows massive thickening of the interventricular septum (IVS) and massive apical hypertrophy. RV = right ventricle, LV = left ventricle, RA = right atrium, LA = left atrium.
A stress echocardiogram is highly specialized and concentrated test, and despite the fact that it includes comparable elements to a normal activity test and an echocardiogram, it gives particular data about the heart in a non-invasive way. It not just expands the accuracy of the stress test in assessing coronary artery disease; additionally this stress echo test can be utilized to give particular data about valvular disease and pressure in the heart and lungs.