Cardiology Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) #3

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Cardiology Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) #3

Age:

35 years

Sex:

Male

Cheif complaint:

Central chest pain

History of present illness:

The patient had a flu-like illness before 2 weeks that resolved after few days spontaneously, now he presented with a chest pain that is central, aggravated by lying down and relieved by sitting.

Question:

From the 5 listed below, which is most characteristic ECG changes of the patient’s diagnosis?

A. PR prolongation
B. ST segment depression
C. Peaked T wave 
D. Prominent U wave
E. PR-segment depression

 

 

Correct answer:

E. PR segment depression

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