A 60 year old postmenopausal woman who recently had an unexpected death of her husband in a car accident presents with acute-onset severe crushing left sided substernal chest pain radiating to the arm and neck, diaphoresis, and nausea. EKG shows ST segment elevation and cardiac enzymes are mildly elevated. She is rushed to the cath lab. However, there, her coronary vasculature shows no critical lesions. A left ventriculogram during systole is shown below.
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