Response by Asrress et al to Letter Regarding Article, “Physiology of Angina and Its Alleviation With Nitroglycerin: Insights From Invasive Catheter Laboratory Measurements During Exercise”
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We are grateful to Jin-shan and Xue-bin for their interest in our work, where we described the physiology of angina and its alleviation with nitroglycerin during physiological exercise in the catheter laboratory while simultaneously measuring intracoronary and aortic hemodynamics.1 It was also the subject of an insightful editorial.2 We agree entirely that understanding the physiological mechanisms by which other commonly used drugs alleviate angina is …