The uncommon finding of paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia with the phases of recovery recorded by electrocardiograph prompted this communication. The usual prognosis in such a case is quite grave, and since this patient recovered under therapy in spite of serious myocardial damage, it was thought worth while to report it.CASE REPORT
W. E., a white male, aged 64, was admitted to the hospital by ambulance. He had suffered from a severe attack of precordial pain two years previously. The pain radiated down the left arm and was accompanied by dyspnea, weakness, and perspiration. Apparently, this was a coronary occlusion, although.