“NEAR NORMAL” ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH IN A PATIENT WITH PERSISTENT ANGINA

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NG CHOON SEONG
M. SHAWAL
CHE HASSAN
C. K. CHOOR
G. SHATHISKUMAR
PATRICK TIAU
K. PAUL SAMIR
OTEH MASKON

Abstract

The “concealed” essence of the electrocardiographic analysis alone in diagnosing ischemia of the posterior myocardial wall has long been a challenge clinically. Here, we report a middle-aged man with persistent typical angina pain and subtle electrocardiographic changes who underwent emergent angiogram for suspicion of acute coronary occlusion. Circumflex occlusion was found and coronary intervention resulted in reperfusion.

Keywords:
Left circumflex coronary occlusion, posterior side of heart, chest pain

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SEONG, N., SHAWAL, M., HASSAN, C., CHOOR, C. K., SHATHISKUMAR, G., TIAU, P., SAMIR, K., & MASKON, O. (2019). “NEAR NORMAL” ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH IN A PATIENT WITH PERSISTENT ANGINA. Journal of Case Reports in Medical Science, 4(3), 55-58. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOCRIMS/article/view/4492
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Case Report