Published: 4 January 2024
Author(s): Liliana Estefania Ramos Villalobos, Amayrani Nayle Romero Muñoz
Issue: March 2024
Section: Internal Medicine Flashcard

A 24-year-old male without cardiovascular risk factors or family history, presented with a ten-day history of recurrent angina pectoris, accompanied by diaphoresis, dyspnea and nausea. Physical examination was negative. The ECG did not showed abnormalities. Laboratory testing revealed normal Nt-proBNP and Troponin levels. Suspecting of Myocardial Bridging we requested a Computerized Coronary Angiotomography (CCT) confirming it (Fig. 1A) but also revealing 3 myocardial crypts at the inferoseptal, medium and basal segments of the left ventricle (Fig. 1B).


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