Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: How could I have a heart attack after a normal exercise test?

I had a nuclear exercise test last fall, and it was perfectly normal. Imagine my surprise this spring when I developed burning chest pain that turned out to be a heart attack on the bottom part of my heart. Did the doctors mess up the reading of my test?

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