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A 65 year old gentleman with previous valvular heart surgery presents with dyspnoea, ankle oedema and fatigue. On examination there is evidence of a raised JVP worsened by inspiration and has rapid x and y descents. There is also evidence of a pericardial knock and pulsatile hepatomegaly. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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