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Were you looking for information about Angina? Angeina is a common misspelling of angina.
Angina occurs in more than 6 million Americans. The condition, which is characterized by chest pain or discomfort, is caused by a temporary lack of oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle. For most people, symptoms are triggered by physical exertion, smoking, and emotion. Although an episode of angina is not a heart attack, it does mean that you have a greater chance of having a heart attack. Depending on the type of angina, treatment may involve lifestyle changes, medications, and special procedures.
(Click Angina for information on how the condition is diagnosed, what factors may trigger symptoms, and how you can help prevent angina. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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