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Precordial catch syndrome

Precordial catch syndrome: Introduction

Precordial catch syndrome: A harmless condition involving chest pain that worsens when breathing in deeply and usually only lasts from a half to three minutes. It most often occurs in children and teenagers and sometimes in adults. The chest pain is localized and deep breathing can result in a "popping" feeling after which the pain quickly dissipates. The condition may occur infrequently or several times a day. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Precordial catch syndrome is available below.

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