A 74-year-old man presented with presyncope and non-sustained monomorphic ventricular tachycardia in the setting of acute coronary syndrome. On coronary angiogram, a calcified myocardial scar was revealed, which was later identified as the ventricular tachycardia focus via electrophysiological study.
- ischaemic heart disease
- pacing and electrophysiology
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Contributors Each of the authors significantly contributed to this manuscript. ZZ was greatly involved in drafting the case report. IR, IC and RAJ were involved in critical revision of the manuscript and contributed vital intellectual content. All authors are responsible for the contents and have read and approved the manuscript for submission to BMJ. I have been critically involved throughout the study and manuscript preparation, and serve as the corresponding author. This paper is not under consideration elsewhere and none of the paper’s contents have been previously published. All authors have read, reviewed and approved the manuscript.
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