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What is different between atherosclerosis and angina

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I am 72 years old(female) and had a heart attack in 1984, double by-pass in 1984 was diagnosed with heart failure . My question is what is the difference between chronic angina and unstable... View answer

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CARDIOLOGIST HOW CAN YOU TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INDIGESTION AND ANGENNIA ... View answer

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Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

What is best way to take care of two back to back blocked blood vessels in the LD artery! I dread the blood thinners! I also have degenerated spinal cord and atherosclerosis . I am a 71 year old with MS ... View answer

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Dr. Nirvik Sinha MD

I was just dignose with Altherosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery without angina pectoris ,would you please explain to me what this means , my doctor was in too much of a hurry and didn ... View answer

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Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel MD

my husband has atherosclerosis and 2 stents put in at different times. has been on simvastatin and 2 b/bp meds for about 3 years. He also has a severe problem with ed. Will chelation theray help his ... View answer

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Dr. Jyothi B L MD

I have several severe health issues: Type I diabetic 35 years, severe atherosclerosis, constant angina, and now adrenal insufficiency. I am trying to figure out if I need an endocrinologist ... View answer

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distance in both legs. Has had two strokes. He looks ashen. Cardiologist wants us to see 3 different dr ... on life expectancy, what to expect. No one dr. treats whole disease. Help ... View answer

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Dr. Naresh ruparelia MD

i have a medical question,what is the different between heart attack, angina , cardiac arest and cardiac asthma is it okay to say angina is a chest pain or discomfort due to poor or no... View answer

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Dr. Mukesh Chugh MD

Hi Thanks for posting In angina pectoris there is reduced blood supply to heart leading to typical symptoms of chest pain.While in heart attack there is permanent damage/death of heart muscle because of severe...

Dr. Chintan Solanki MD

Symptoms of angina are same in men and women. Left side chest pain, left side shoulder pain, sweating, restlessness, difficulty in breathing are common symptoms. Take Care.