Acute onset of chest pain in a soccer player

Ross, David S.; Cooper, Gary
November 1999
Physician & Sportsmedicine;Nov99, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p101
Academic Journal
Focuses on the results of an electrocardiogram of a soccer player who had retrosternal chest pain. Causes of acute pericarditis; Common presenting symptoms; Detection of any paradoxical pulse; Observation of the patient's neck veins.


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