angina

[ an-jahy-nuh; in Medicine/Medical often an-juh-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF angina
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGINA

In the night which followed Pascal had another attack of angina pectoris.

Frank Mathers thought that his complaint was Angina Pectoris.

Could it be angina pectoris, or some other strange and terrible disease?

It has been thought by some that the pain in angina pectoris might be due to this cause.

It is only used in attacks of cardiac spasm, as in angina pectoris.

This has nearly disappeared, but he is still free from angina.

I thought it was clearly established that Jimmie died from angina pectoris?

"From angina pectoris," finished Kent, as the detective paused.

The real malady from which he suffered was breast-pang, or spasms of the heart, a form of angina pectoris.

At times the angina causes such swelling in the throat that the breathing is interfered with completely.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANGINA

heart disease

noundisease of the heart
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