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An intrapericardial pheochromocytoma presented with paroxysmal attacks of hypertension and palpitation: typical presentation with unusual location of the tumour
  1. Y-G Ko,
  2. J-W Ha,
  3. B-C Chang

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A 60 year old man came to the emergency room because of severe chest pain, headache, and palpitations accompanied by facial flushing and sweating. On admission his blood pressure was 200/100 mm Hg, and pulse rate 110 beats/min. ECG showed no specific findings for myocardial ischaemia. A computed tomography scan to rule out …

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