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Figure 1: Pharmacological stress myocardial perfusion imaging in a 56-year-old female presented with atypical chest pain. Upper four rows are transaxial images, 5th-6th rows are vertical long axis (VLA) and lower two rows are horizontal long axis (HLA). Each consecutive rows are of stress (Str Tc) and rest (Rst Tc) images. Scan finding is suggestive of normal myocardial perfusion scan

Figure 1: Pharmacological stress myocardial perfusion imaging in a 56-year-old female presented with atypical chest pain. Upper four rows are transaxial images, 5<sup>th</sup>-6<sup>th</sup> rows are vertical long axis (VLA) and lower two rows are horizontal long axis (HLA). Each consecutive rows are of stress (Str Tc) and rest (Rst Tc) images. Scan finding is suggestive of normal myocardial perfusion scan