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A 50 year old gentleman presents with central chest pain with associated autonomic features. He looks grey and clammy and on auscultation his heart sounds are normal but there is bibasal crackles. His heart rate is 80 bpm and his blood pressure is 103/60 mm Hg. His ECG revealed ST elevation V1 to V4 and ST depression II, II and aVF. He is referred for Primary PCI. What is likely to be found at angiography?

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