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Unusual diagnosis of ascending aorta dissection with left ventricular angiogram
  1. T Joudinaud,
  2. F Baron,
  3. L Etchegoyen
  1. tomtomjoud@hotmail.com

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A 49-year-old patient with no medical history was referred to the cardiology department for an acute coronary syndrome. The patient presented with an acute, oppressive chest pain associated with nausea. Physical examination showed symmetric arm blood pressure, all peripheral pulses were present, and there was no evidence of cardiac murmur or abdominal signs. The ECG showed an …

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