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A man in his 60s presented to the emergency department with 3 days duration of slow onset dull left lower chest pain. Vital signs were within normal limits. He had no hypoxia, fever, chills, rash, haemoptysis or cough. The patient underwent an interventional radiology vertebroplasty of T5 and L4 for pathological compression fractures, 4 days prior. …
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