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A 38 year old man presented with a history of multiple hospital admissions with recurrent exertional related chest pain. On each occasion there was no elevation in cardiac troponin. Exercise stress testing revealed myocardial ischaemic change but coronary angiography failed to demonstrate underlying coronary disease although myocardial bridging of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) was suspected.
ECG gated …