A 32 Year-Old Male Soccer Player with Chest Trauma
This is a 32-year-old male patient, who was non-obese, asymptomatic for angina, and a former smoker. Blood testing recently performed showed borderline total cholesterol level (210 mg/dL). The patient was a non-competitive soccer player with a training schedule of 6 h a week. The family history was positive for ischemic heart disease and deep venous thrombosis.
KeywordsIschemic Heart Disease Deep Venous Thrombosis Positive Family History Coronary Care Unit Competitive Sport
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