The purpose of this paper was to compare the results of multimodal non-invasive myocardial imaging, including resting ECG, echocardiography, stress-echocardiography and magnetocardiography. Three clinical cases of
patients with intermediate pretest probability of coronary artery disease are presented. All three patients with resting electrocardiogram and echocardiogram showed no overt signs of heart disease. At the same time, the
results of magnetocardiography and stress-echocardiography in all patients were positive. Significant stenosis was detected in one patient, the other two had stenoses of 50% and 25%, accordingly. In conclusion,
multimodal non-invasive visualization of the myocardium, combining data on global and regional myocardial contractility at rest and during exercise on the basis of stress-echocardiography and electrophysiological data
on the basis of magnetocardiography is a promising diagnostic tool.