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Angina

Angina typically refers to symptoms of chest discomfort associated with coronary artery disease. These symptoms can be vague or very pronounced. Angina can occur at rest or with exertion. Anytime oxygen demands on the heart are not met, angina occurs. Many people do not recognize the onset of angina and may blame their symptoms on muscle pain, gas, or indigestion.

 

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