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Stable angina

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Stable angina as a Disease

Stable angina: Type of or association with medical condition Angina.
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Stable angina: Related Diseases

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Stable angina as a subtype of Angina

Angina (medical condition): A special type of chest pain.

Angina (medical condition): Angina pectoris ("angina") is a description of a particular type of chest pain related to the heart. The foremost concern is to ensure that the condition is not actually a heart attack. Other possible causes of chest pain, and there are numerous, can range from less life-threatening (e.g. reflux, heartburn, indigestion, GERD, etc.) to the extremely dangerous (e.g. heart attack, heart disorders, lung disorders and many other causes of chest pain). Always seek emergency medical attention for chest pain or other medical conditions similar to chest pain or angina.

Angina: Chest pain, also called angina (an-JY-nuh). When you have angina, you feel pain in your chest,... (Source: excerpt from Keep your heart and blood vessels healthy: NIDDK)

A recurring pain or discomfort in the chest that happens when some part of the heart does not receive enough blood. It... (Source: excerpt from NHLBI, ANGINA: NHLBI)

Angina, or angina pectoris, refers to symptoms such as chest pain or discomfort caused by reduced blood flow to the heart. Angina is... (Source: excerpt from Angina: NWHIC)

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