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Angina

Angina

Angina means chest pain due to a lack of oxygen supply to the heart muscles. If pain occurs on increased exertion, then it is called “Stable Angina” and that on rest is known as “Unstable Angina”. The former is due to obstruction in the blood vessels of the heart muscles and the latter is usually due to the abnormal narrowing of lumen. Commonly these patients have mild to moderate chest pain which radiates to the left arm and jaw and subsides spontaneously.

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