A 53-year-old male presents with sudden onset of severe
crushing central chest pain associated with a feeling of nausea and profuse
On clinical examination the only abnormalities found are
profuse sweating and bradycardia.
E.C.G shows sinus bradycardia with ST segment elevation
in leads II, III, aVF.
In this patient the lesion is likely to be in the:
Obtuse marginal artery
Anterior interventricular artery
Right coronary artery