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Spontaneous esophageal dissection
This patient developed severe retrosternal chest pain while eating a sandwich. Chest x-ray and cardiac investigations in the Emergency Department were normal. The video shows the endoscopic appearances of spontaneous oesophageal dissection.


Professor Jonathan L Brown, Gloucester, England

Spontaneous esophageal dissection

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