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This study is designed to determine if exercise echocardiography will identify ventricular and vascular function abnormalities in patients with COA that are not apparent at rest, and that exercise-induced ventricular and vascular dysfunction will predict clinical outcomes.
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The purporse of this study is to determine if biomarker assay obtained at baseline can predict future risk of cardiovascular adverse events, and to determine if temporal changes in biomarker levels can provide a better risk prediction compared to biomarker assay obtained at baseline.
The purpose of this study is to compare the difference in the ability to detect blood flow abnormalities between invasive assessments performed at rest versus exercise.
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