A 46-year-old motor mechanic presented with chest pain which had been present about 2 years, and had been getting worse recently. On more detailed enquiry it appeared that he actually had two different kinds of chest pain, one over the left side of his chest and a more recent pain in the front of his chest, and it was the development of the frontal chest pain which had worried him and made him seek medical advice (Figure 1.1).
KeywordsChest Pain Myocardial Blood Flow Serum Uric Acid Intermittent Claudication Cervical Spondylosis
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