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If a doctor listens to the heart it's possible to hear the two membranes rubbing together and this is called a pericardial rub.
It is characterised by typical chest pain, pericardial rub, widespread saddle shaped or concave shaped upward ST elevation on electrographic pericardial effusion, fever, high erythrocyte sedimentation rate and high C-reactive protein.
At time of presentation, the examination showed a pericardial rub and mild epigastric tenderness.