Antonio Diaz-Cid

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A previously healthy young man presented with a 12-hour history of sudden dyspnea and severe chest pain at rest. Initial findings of physical examination, electrocardiogram and chest radiography showed typical pericarditis and clinical instability. Echocardiogram revealed small pericardial effusion with right ventricle dilatation. The patient was admitted(More)
A 34-year-old man was admitted after an episode of aborted sudden cardiac death. The initial investigation including electrocardiogram, chest x-ray, transthoracic echocardiogram, and biomarkers were normal. Although coronary angiography showed nonsevere stenosis, optical coherence tomography revealed severe obstruction in the artery with a layered(More)
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