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The cases throw ample light on the many unique aspects of patient presentations and the treatment protocols adopted- the medical and surgical skills highlight the nuances of an expert's approach.

A 38 yr male with history of prior coronary bypass with left intmammary (LIMA) to left anterior artery (LAD) one yr ago had multiple hospitalizations with angina.
A 68 year old, obese, non-diabetic, hypertensive gentleman had undergone CABG 8yrs previously with LIMA to LAD and SVG to PDA with good LV systolic function.
A 40 year old male, presented with complaints of left upper limb numbness and loss of sensation.
A 40-year-old female reported to the hospital with complains of pain in the chest on exertion.
A 60 year old male patient was brought to the hospital with complaints of chest pain associated with sweating.
A 50 year old male with a history of bypass surgery reports with angina
A 69 year old comes with chest pain.
A 69 year old male presents with angina.
A 40 year old male presented with acute onset shortness of breath.
A 40 year old man underwent a Renal biopsy and after a day, started passing blood stained urine (haematuria).
A 45-year-old man presented with left sided chest pain suggestive of angina.
A 58 year old female came with chest pain
A 43 year old male patient came with history of mechanical valve implantation
A 62 year old female came with chest pain.
A 56-year-old diabetic male patient presented with effort angina of recent onset.
A 46 year old man came with chest pain.
A 54 year old man came with pain in the back between the shoulder blades, occassional, sharp piercing with radiation to the sternum.
A 65 year old female came with chest pain.
A 54 year old male came with chest pain.
A 45 year old female presented with puffiness of face.
A 56-year-old male presented with severe headache and abrupt onset of right hemiparesis, lethargy, confusion and vomiting.
A 50 year old female patient was brought with chest pain associated with mild breathlessness and faintness.
An 18 year old female presented with headache, exertional dyspnoea, night sweats, fever and fatigue.
A 42 year old male patient presented with complains of fever with chills & precordial pain
A 50 year old female presented with right sided hemiplegia.
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