A member asked:

22 had ecg, stress ecg, cardiac mri/mra, 24h ecg, echo. for chest pain when excercising. does this rule out congenital coronary anomalies?

3 doctors weighed in across 2 answers

You have already: Undergone many of the tests to exclude any ischemia to heart muscle, but the only way to rule out any congenital coronary artery anomalies is by angiogram. Talk with your cardiologist, but chance of finding any significant anomalies seem small to me with all negative results so far.

Answered 6/5/2013


Dr. Sarosh Batlivala answered

Specializes in Pediatric Cardiology

Likely should: That is a long list of tests. I often only get an echocardiogram and electrocardiogram along with a thorough history and physical. I obtain more tests if those the MRI should have documented the coronary artery course. Please confirm your questions with your doctor though.

Answered 6/10/2014



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