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Diagnosis of intermittent angina

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How dangerous is Intermittant Angina , Now have several stents. He said he could not put any more stents. slight exertion causes angina. ...

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My name is XXXXXXX and I am 49 years old with a recent diagnosis of moderate pulmonary hypertension and microvascular angina . Could this be related to my FSGS STAGE 3? Also, I have a positive XXXXXXX nucleolar ...

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I m suffering intermittent angina. attacks are painfull spreading from mid chest to lest above ... and shown to be normal but they did not do an angina test. Body weight 193, height 5 10 . I m a snow birder ...

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changes , but my doctor has reviewed and stated that he is doubtful that I even have Angina. His Diagnosis ...I am 42 years old and I was diagnosed with Stable Angina in May 2007, and put on Nitrodur Patch 0 ...

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angina is it a lifetime diagnosis or can it become stable again? ...I have recently been discharged from hospital with probable crescendo angina due to some discomfort ...

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My doubt is for someone with angina problem but whose diagnosis is not yet complete ... endurance and for a better cardiac health. But what if someone suffers angina after or during exercises? ...

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. Family history of D.V.T. s, cancer , high blood pressure, angina, diabetes . What should we expect the hospital to be doing to establish a diagnosis ...

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hospital in hyderabad in 2006. after angiogram, i am well treated and diagnosis is : Apical HCM, GOODLV FUNCTION, NORMAL CORONARIES. I WAS TREATED FOR UNSTABLE ANGINA WITH IV NTG, HEPARIN, ANTI- ANGINALS ...

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I am being treated for unstable angina. Drs are not yet certain of the cause since heart cath ... a diagnosis? ...

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is it possible that in symptoms like angina all cardiac test are normal ? plzz reply as soon ... be the probable diagnosis ? ...

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starting to question the angina diagnosis - an angiogram found nothing, my blood sat s are all good etc ...I was diagnosed as having angina just over a year ago, I ve since had several MI events but I m ...

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What questions do I ask my doctor taoday about my diagnosis of Inferolateral ischemia ...

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In alzehimers we actually try to PROTECT the REMAINING function of the brain because alzehmiers means some function is akready kost it is usually memory emotions agility cognition etc...as far as prognosis: we can skow down the decline of brain function thats all medical science can do..for angina we try to orevent it from become a heart attack for which very good treatment is available

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Hi, i read your query and would like that this are difficult diagnosis which may be switch to each other. Best thing to do talk with your cardiologist

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If its PUO, it is pyrexia of unknown origin. Cause of fever is not yet known. DUO - d stands for disease, not sure. More details necessary for further opinion. Thanks.