Concordance between left ventricular wall motion abnormalities and perfusion defects indicative of inducible myocardial ischemia. Cine white blood imaging end-diastolic (left panel) and end-systolic (middle panel) frames from slice position acquired in the apex of the left ventricle at peak dobutamine and atropine infusion administered to achieve >80% of the maximum predicted heart rate response for age. The white arrows indicate a wall motion abnormality in the inferoseptum as manifest by incomplete LV cavity obliteration at peak stress. In the right panel, a first pass gadolinium enhanced perfusion image also acquired at peak stress is displayed. The yellow arrows indicate a hypoperfused region of the LV myocardium consistent with inducible ischemia. In this case there was concordance of the wall motion and perfusion analyses both indicating inducible ischemia.