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angina

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Angina - Wikipedia


Angina, also known as angina pectoris, is chest pain or pressure, usually due to not enough blood flow to the heart muscle. Angina is usually due to obstruction ...


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Can low blood pressure cause angina? - Quora


Yes: angina pectoris is caused by our heart muscle not getting enough oxygen transporting coronary arterial blood, this fblood low is dependent on one's ...


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Pathway mediates nitroglycerin-induced relief from angina pectoris


The effect of nitroglycerin on the cardiac tissue is similar to nitric oxide (NO), which forms in the endothelium of blood vessels from arginin metabolism products.


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human biology - What is the cause that angina pectoris is felt in your ...


It has mainly to do with the embryonic origin of organs, with the heart being a typically left sided organ, it develops sharing some nerves with the ...


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Is angina associated with early death. What are the various different ...


Jan 23, 2018 ... Not angina tonsillaris (tonsillitis), but I think you mean angina pectoris, caused by parts of your heart muscle not getting enough oxygen ...


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angina - Wiktionary


From Latin angina (“quinsy; strangling, choking”), from angere (“to press ... Although the use of angina as a shorthand for angina pectoris is common and ...


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Angina pectoris | pathology | Britannica.com


Angina pectoris, pain or discomfort in the chest, usually caused by the inability of diseased coronary arteries to deliver sufficient oxygen-laden blood to the heart ...


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