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Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf, who was admitted to a military hospital following a heart problem Thursday, might be required to undergo angioplasty or bypass surgery, a media report said Friday. Musharraf's three heart vessels are blocked and he would either require an angioplasty or a heart bypass, according to Dawn online, which quoted sources in the medical board that examined him. The options of his treatment in Dubai or London were also being considered, the report said. After failing, for the second time in 10 days, to appear Wednesday in the special court formed to try him on charges of high treason, Musharraf was being taken to the court Thursday when he complained of a "heart problem" and was then moved to the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology in Rawalpindi. Musharraf's lawyer, Ahmed Raza Qasuri: