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Is it possible that in symptoms like angina all cardiac test are normal ?

is it possible that in symptoms like angina all cardiac test are normal ? plzz reply as soon as possible. SYMPTOMS- * Pain in chest , left side neck, left arm * Pain disappear at rest * Feeling of exertion in normal walking TEST FINDINGS-- * ECG- Normal ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY- - Aortic valve- Normal -AV valve- normal - IV septum- Intact -Vessel diameters Aorta-35mm LA-33mm IVS(D)- 12mm LVTW(D)-11.6mm What should be the probable diagnosis ?
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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With any lab results if they are negative they do not have any significance and will not rule out any thing.Repaet test in a different laboratory is advisable.
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