A 35-year-old man presents to the emergency department with complaints of chest pain. The pain is…

A 35-year-old man presents to the emergency department with
complaints of chest pain. The pain is described as 8 on a scale ranging from 1
to 10, retrosternal, and sharp in nature. It radiates to the back, is worse
with taking a deep breath, and is improved by leaning forward. On review of
systems, he has noted a “flu-like illness” over the past several days,
including fever, rhinorrhea, and cough. He has no medical history and is taking
no medications. He denies tobacco, alcohol, or drug use. On physical examination,
he appears in moderate distress from pain, with a blood pressure of 125/85
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A 35-year-old man presents to the emergency department with
complaints of chest pain. The pain is described as 8 on a scale ranging from 1
to 10, retrosternal, and sharp in nature. It radiates to the back, is worse
with taking a deep breath, and is improved by leaning forward. On review of
systems, he has noted a “flu-like illness” over the past several days,
including fever, rhinorrhea, and cough. He has no medical history and is taking
no medications. He denies tobacco, alcohol, or drug use. On physical examination,
he appears in moderate distress from pain, with a blood pressure of 125/85 mm
Hg, heart rate 105 bpm, respiratory rate 18/min, and oxygen saturation of 98%
on room air. He is currently afebrile. His headand-neck examination is notable
for clear mucus in the nasal passages and a mildly erythematous oropharynx. The
neck is supple, with shotty anterior cervical lymphadenopathy. The chest is
clear to auscultation. Jugular veins are not distended. Cardiac examination is
tachycardic with a threecomponent high-pitched squeaking sound. Abdominal and
extremity examinations are normal.

Questions

A. What is the likely diagnosis?

B. What are the most common causes of this disease, and
which is most likely in this patient?

C. What is the pathophysiologic mechanism for his chest
pain?

D. What is the sound heard on cardiac examination? What is
its cause?

E. What are two possible complications of this disease? What
might you look for on physical examination to make certain these complications
are not present?

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