Taking sides on costochondritis

February 1998
Cortlandt Forum;02/25/98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p120
Elaborates on the need to consider costochondritis when evaluating acute onset of anterior chest pain. Association between costochondritis and acute upper respiratory infections; Medical attention needed by the patients suffering from anterior chest pain.


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