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Chest pain 

Chest pain
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Chest pain
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date: 20 October 2019

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There are many causes of chest pain, both respiratory and non-respiratory. Differentiating between them relies on a thorough history and examination, giving rise to diagnosis by pattern recognition, as well as appropriate investigations.

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