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Following a left lung lobectomy, a 66-year-old patient develops hypotension, tachycardia, and hypoxia. The chest x-ray is unremarkable. A loud P2 is heard on auscultation. The EKG shows variable ST-segment changes in the anterior leads. Which test is most likely to determine the diagnosis?

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