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A 57-year-old woman presented with acute retrosternal discomfort. An ECG demonstrated diffuse T wave inversion and she was treated for an acute coronary syndrome. Upon further review, CT aortography was arranged. This was reported as showing aortic wall thickening consistent with aortitis (figure 1). Subsequently the patient deteriorated. …
Contributors PH wrote the initial manuscript. It has subsequently been reviewed and updated by TPC and VC. PH, TPC and VC were involved in the care of the patient.
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