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BOF: 2.99

 

A 42-year-old businessman presents with severe crushing central chest pain associated with nausea and sweating. The pain radiates down his left arm

He admits to have snorted cocaine whilst at a nightclub.

His pain would be the result of cocaine causing:

 

a)      Vasospasm in the coronary arteries

 

b)      Accelerated atherosclerosis

 

c)      Atheromatous plaque rupture

 

d)      Coronary artery dissection

 

e)      Myocarditis

 

 

 

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