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BOF: 2.20

An 18-year-old male from Thailand presents with a history of syncope. No other symptoms, no significant past medical history. He does not smoke or drink and does not abuse drugs. There are no abnormalities detectable on clinical examination.

His ECG shows right bundle branch block with J point elevation and concave ST elevation in leads V1-V3.

The diagnosis is:

a)      Antero-septal myocardial infarction

b)      Pericarditis

c)      Ventricular aneurysm

d)      Brugada syndrome

e)    Wolfe-Parkinson-White syndrome

Treatment should be with:

a)      Implantable cardioverter defibrillator

b)      Sotalol

c)      Thrombolysis

d)      High dose steroids

e)      Repair of the aneurysm

 

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