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I'm 47 years old, BMI 33, no other medical diseases. Last week I presented with severe chest pain and upon having EKG in ER, it showed inversion of all T waves, but negative Troponin. This was followed some days later with a Stress Test which showed EKG changes after 4 minutes into the test but I didn't experience any chest pain. Based on this a nuclear scanning Stress Test was done, and again after 4 minutes, it was aborted because there were changes in th EKG. What could be the reasom for the chmages? And should i be worried that it could be cardiac related.
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