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Superior defects involving approximately a proximal third of the septum and a proximal third of the posterolateral wall (basilar region) of the left ventricular myocardium on the 45 degree left anterior oblique (LAO) images are frequently encountered. Clinicians may presume the presence of coronary artery disease or normalcy but the exact statistical significance of such defects has never been established. Jn 45 patients who underwent radiothallium imaging and coronary arteriography, thedoi:10.5915/20-2-13267 fatcat:e3m6hj4eyrepbm5mm3ohllq2vu