UOTW #51

The patient is a 56 y/o female who presents with sudden onset substernal chest pain associated with dyspnea and some diaphoresis. Vitals stable. An initial ECG was obtained.

Cardiology was emergently consulted, but there was some suspicion that the ECG changes noted were merely J-Point elevation. A bedside echocardiogram was subsequently performed:

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