1. A 69-year-old man is reviewed by his GP. He complains of chest pain which is worse on…

1. A 69-year-old man is reviewed by his GP. He complains of chest pain which is worse on inspiration, as well as a fever. He has recently been discharged from hospital following a myocardial infarction 7 weeks prior. On examination you note a pulse rate of 72 beats per minute and blood pressure of 124/75 mmHg. Cardiovascular examination reveals evidence of a rub over the left lower sternal edge. What is the most likely diagnosis? a) Dressler’s syndrome b) Pneumonia c) Pulmonary embolism d) Cardiac tamponade e) Pericarditis