Treadmill Stress Test in a 56-Year-Old Man

      Several findings on an exercise electrocardiogram predicted left main and/or 3-vessel coronary arterial disease, which was confirmed by coronary arteriography, and the 56-year-old man underwent a multivessel coronary arterial bypass operation the following day.
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