A 56-year-old previously healthy man was admitted to our hospital with a severe chest pain that started shortly after being stung by a honeybee. He did not have any allergic symptoms and there was no cutaneous or respiratory evidence of allergy on physical examination. Electrocardiographic and biochemical markers were consistent with an acute coronary syndrome. Coronary angiography demonstrated a significant thrombotic lesion in the right coronary artery. Here, a rare and unexpected event is presented, the development of acute coronary syndrome after a bee sting.
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