A computerized tomography CT coronary angiogram is an imaging test that looks at the arteries that supply blood to the heart. It might be used to diagnose the cause of the chest pain or for the other symptoms.
It is very common to find the heart patients who have normal ECG. One must remember that the ECGs are taken at rest when the heart is beating at its lowest rate. In some of cases the patient would also agree that at the time of rest there is no pain in the chest, the angina symptoms would only come when they increase the heart rate, while doing some physical exertion like walking.
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