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A 30 year old female of Asian origin presents with fatigue and symptoms of intermittent claudication in her jaw and hands and feet. She is found to be hypertensive however there is a 15 mm Hg difference in the blood pressure in the arms. Her pulses are weak. There is evidence of a bruit over the right subclavian. What is the most likely diagnosis?


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