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Diagnosing chest pain: characteristic ECG changes in acute pericarditis
  1. S Rathore,
  2. P A Dodds

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A 43-year-old man was admitted with a history of central chest pain for 4 days after a lung biopsy. He reported a pressure-like sensation radiating up to his neck with increased intensity for the last day. An ECG showed normal sinus rhythm. The most striking …

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