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A 31-year-old patient complained of severe crushing chest pain that radiated to his left arm and jaw. After admission to the hospital, tests revealed a normal electrocardiogram, normal treadmill, normal coronary arteriogram, and normal cardiac enzymes. However, the patient continued to have pain, which was relieved by sublingual and intravenous nitroglycerine. He was discharged from the hospital with a diagnosis of "musculoskeletal" chest pain, taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,doi:10.3122/jabfm.17.1.74 fatcat:3nqt3poeazhixhgjiud77ts3iq