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precordial chest pain
I took a stress test of nuclear medicine mycardial perfusion scan with lexiscan, perfusion wall motion and ejection fraction.  The findings were: There is a small partially reversible defect at the inferior apical wall with extension into the lateral wall.  Wall motion is unremarkable.  Ejection fraction is 70%.  I will see my cardialogist on Tuesday for results.  What can I expect and what kind of treatment is going to correct this problem.
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