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A 42-year old man attended our emergency department with sudden onset of nausea, fever and cold sweats. In the days prior to presentation, he had developed a radiating pain in the thoracic spine. Furthermore, he had been suffering from dyspnoea on exertion for several weeks. He was a smoker, but had no significant past medical history.

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