Chest Pain In A Distance Track Athlete - Page #3

Lab Studies:

Other Studies:
- Screening EKG and CXR:
-EKG reveals sinus bradycardia, normal intervals, no ST-segment or T-wave
-CXR reveals mediastinal versus pericardial air with left infraclavicular
subcutaneous emphysema
- Echocardiogram to determine mediastinal versus pericardial air:
-No pneumopericardium, otherwise normal

Cardiology: No sign of pneumopericardium on echocardiogram.

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