Thanks for query,
The Anginal pain is a retrosternal pain
with perspiration usually associated with exertion Radiates to hands or neck & resolves by putting sorbitrate sublingually.
If your pain not related to any one of this type it should be considered as costochondritis
type of pain.
if you feel that it is really matches with Anginal pain then CT Angiogram or Angiography
will be more convincing to diagnose Coronary Artery Disease.
has its own limitation.