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A 59-year-old female presents to the emergency department with a chief complaint of “head pain that comes and goes.”
She describes the pain as a dull ache in her occiput that’s been striking without warning a couple of times per day for the past ten days. Over the last three days she’s noted that it has also been radiating into her neck and upper back/shoulders.
Because of her vague symptoms and pain that involves her back/shoulders, a 12-lead ECG is performed soon after arrival.
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