Asked for male, 56 years old from Bhubaneswar
If your ECG and TMT both showed problem (but without looking at the ECG and TMT graph, I can only assume that the interpretation is correct) then it will be sensible to get an angiography done. You should also get a Echocardiography test done too. Angiography will help in finding out with 100% surety if the changes in the ecg are due to a heart block or is it just a false positive. If in angiography there is no blockage then you can be assured, in case there is blockage then it can be treated. When done by experienced intervention cardiologist angiography has very minimal risks associated, so instead of stressing so much get your angiography done and end the worry.