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Non-Cardiac Chest Pain: management in the Ambulatory Clinic setting

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Non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) is a common presenting complaint which can be better managed. This requires the recognition of clinical sub-groups with investigation and treatment tailored accordingly. The aim of this paper is to encourage more accurate diagnoses and the better recognition of the source of chest pain. We discuss…

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