A 27-year-old man complained chest pain for one week. His coronary risk factors were dyslipidemia and ex-smoker. In December 2016, he presented to the hospital due to STEMI and underwent successful coronary angioplasty. After the procedure, he was asymptomatic and had made a good recovery. The exercise stress test 7 months after the procedure was negative at 10 METs. Recently, he developed another episode of chest pain on exertion. Subsequent exercise stress test was performed which revealed transient ST segment elevation in lead V1-V3 at peak of exercise. Physical examination was unremarkable.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology Volume 71, Issue 16, Supplement, 24 April 2018, Pages S280-S282