A court doctor says the trial of John Demjanjuk can go ahead after tests showed that the 90-year-old showed no signs of a heart attack.
Demjanjuk's defense team said his health has been deteriorating and asked whether he had a heart attack this week.
Court doctor Albrecht Stein said Tuesday tests showed no signs of a heart attack.
The trial on Tuesday opened three hours late as Stein traveled to the prison hospital where Demjanjuk is being held to look at the test results and personally examine him.
The retired Ohio autoworker is charged with 28,060 counts of accessory to murder on allegations he served as a guard at the Nazi's Sobibor death camp. Demjanjuk denies ever having been a guard anywhere.