The retired general, who is facing treason charges, has artery blockage, mental stress, frozen shoulder and bone pain, Geo News reported.
The medical report was presented to the court Tuesday as part of the case against Musharraf.
The court had summoned the report, which the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology had prepared.
The prosecution and defense attorneys are studying the reports and will present their arguments at the next hearing.
The court is expected to deliver its verdict Thursday.
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