Angina (noun)

  1. Chest pain or discomfort caused by reduced blood flow to the heart.
  2. A symptom of coronary artery disease, typically described as a squeezing, pressure, or burning sensation in the chest.

Origin:

From the latin angina, from the greek ἀγχίνη, ankhine, meaning "a constriction of the chest".

Examples:

  1. The patient was suffering from angina and was prescribed medication to alleviate the symptoms.
  2. Angina is often a symptom of a more serious underlying condition such as heart disease.
  3. The patient's angina was triggered by physical exertion, such as climbing stairs.
  4. The patient was advised to avoid activities that triggered angina and to make lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of a heart attack.
  5. Angina can be treated with medication and lifestyle changes, but in severe cases, surgery may be necessary.
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