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CHEST PAIN

 NORMAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAM

 

NORMAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAM

NORMAL ESOPHAGEAL FUNCTION

 

PERSISTENT CHEST PAIN

40 TO 75% OF PATIENTS

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THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME

CHEST PAIN

I.    CORONARY ANGIOGRAM
      NORMAL CORONARY ARTERIES             20-60%
      (NON SIGNIFICANT STENOSIS)

II.   ADMISSION TO C.C.U.
      NO CORONARY DISEASE                         25-60%

III. NORMAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAM
      PERSISTENT CHEST PAIN                        20-80%

IV. NORMAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAM
      NORMAL ESOPHAGEAL FUNCTION
      PERSISTENT CHEST PAIN                        40-75%

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THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME