A 60 year old patient comes in with bradycardia in the 40s. He doesn't have the typical symptoms of bradycardia; he doesn't feel weak and hasn't had syncope, but instead he complains of headache, nausea, and vomiting. His other vital signs include a temperature of 37C, a blood pressure of 170/90, a heart rate of 42, and an irregular respiratory rate ~8. I saw this case mismanaged because the diagnosis wasn't recognized.
Challenge: Who is the man shown above and how is he related to this case?
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