A 76-year-old man presents to the emergency department 4 hours after the onset of substernal chest burning that radiated to his throat and jaw. He initially thought that this was a gastrointestinal problem, but it persisted despite therapy with antacids. He therefore presented to the emergency department.
What is the diagnosis?
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