20-Year-Old Man With Chest Pain and Malaise

Chen, Edem F.; Paterick, Timothy E.
September 2007
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Sep2007, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p1124
Academic Journal
The article presents a case report involving a 20-year-old man with acute chest pain and Malaise. His medical history including physical examination findings, clinical presentation and laboratory data are presented. Furthermore, prognostic value of cardiovascular magnetic resonance to differentiate acute myocarditis from acute myocardial infarction were also evaluated.


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