A 42-year-old male presented with complaining dull, anterior precordial and retrosternal chest pain that began acutely with a tearing sensation and has lasted for 3 days. He states that during this period he has been unable to get comfortable. The intensity of the pain increases during inspiration and with body movement.The patient denies any symptoms of recent viral infection. ECG is posted. Diagnosis mangm?

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ECG. Sinus Mechanism. Sinus tachycardia. ST Elevated in v1-v2. ST sagging & elevated in Latral lead . Pt. Pain during body movements. D/D ANTRO-LAT.MI WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS with Acute Pericarditis.

Pericraditis typical convex st elevation with pr interval elevation and st depresion in lead avr ....with s tachycardia

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Chest x ray ?? ST elevation in V6,I,II,avL, ??V2-V5 Considering Symptoms, Convex ST elevation with No reciprocal changes in ECG, PR segment depression to R/O Pericarditis Other DD Pleurisy

PERICARDITIS

Typical Acute Pericarditis. History as well as ECG matches the diagnosis.

dd, pericarditis, pleurisy, acs as st segment convex v6, pr interval mild diminished

P R segment saging, st segment elevation . pericardial effusion most probability.

Pericarditis Rule out causes for the same and proceed further

Pericarditis

STEMI ANTERIOR & INFERIOR.WALL SINUS TACHYCARDIA

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