An echo shows many different things. Where the stress test aims to see how you respond to stress (like exercise) from a cardiovascular standpoint, the echo will look at the structure and function of your heart. Yes, it is possible to have a normal stress test and an abnormal echo, or the other way around. However, it's a good sign if you have one normal test first. Best wishes for normal results!
I had a Stress Treadmill in March,they think there may be an ST Depression,maybe/maybe not.They want me to have an ECHO STRESS TEST,what are they looking for,and if it is an ST Depression,can that be takin care of in a short time,and could it also show normal,My cholesteral was high back then,and it is now 103,could that help.Thanks
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