One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The terms ‘chronic’ and ‘stable’ refer to anginal symptoms that have been present for at least several weeks without major deterioration.’
- ‘Until recently, the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association classified anginal lesions into types A, B, or C based on the severity of lesion characteristics.’
- ‘Diarrhoea, nervousness, rapid pulse, insomnia, tremors and, sometimes, anginal pains indicate the dose is too high.’
- ‘It may be confused, even in the emergency room, with anginal pain or the onset of myocardial infarction; therefore its rapid diagnosis is important.’
- ‘It is appropriate in the older athlete with known coronary artery disease or when symptoms suggest stable angina or exercise-induced anginal variants.’
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