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Wondering about vagoglossopharangeal neuralgia? Do patients ever report symptoms v similar to stable angina/heart conditions but neg cardiac work-ups and clear arteries?

Wondering about vagoglossopharangeal neuralgia? Do patients ever report symptoms v similar to stable angina/heart conditions but neg cardiac work-ups and clear arteries?

GPN: Glossopharyngeal neuralgia (gpn) is also called vagoglossopharyngeal neuralgia. It is characterized by brief but intense pain on one side of the throat, which may radiate within the mouth or into the ear. Attacks are described as sharp, stabbing or burning in quality. They may occur spontaneously or be provoked by talking, chewing, swallowing, coughing and yawning. It can mimick angina pain. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Werner
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Heart Diseases (Definition)

Heart disease is a condition in which a person has problems within his or her vascular system and heart, which includes both congenital birth defects and problems acquired later. Examples of heart disease include clogging (atherosclerosis) of the coronary (heart) arteries, heart attacks (obstructions of the arteries), damaged heart valves, heart muscle failure, and viral infections of the heart. Some major causes of heart disease include genetics, smoking, hypertension, high ...Read more


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Which types of heart conditions cause angina pain?

Which types of heart conditions cause angina pain?

Several: Angina is chest, jaw, arm, back or shoulder pain that comes from the heart due to lack of proper blood flow to heart muscle. The classic cause of angina is coronary disease, this is typically cholesterol blockage of the arteries of the heart. Another cause is "syndrome x" which is spasm in the small vessels of the heart. Prinzmetal angina is caused my spasm (pinching) of larger heart arteries. ...Read more

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Are heart conditions hereditary?

Are heart conditions hereditary?

Yes: Some are hereditary. The hereditary issues are usually the more common valvular defects like mitral regurgitation or bifid aorta. ...Read more

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Why is it that roller coasters aggravate heart conditions?

Why is it that roller coasters aggravate heart conditions?

Roller coasters: Roller coasters have dynamic gravity pressures which produce hemodynamic stress on the heart. This will aggravate any condition of rhythm or muscle disturbance of the heart. ...Read more

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How come riding roller coasters aggravate heart conditions?

How come riding roller coasters aggravate heart conditions?

Not all heart: It doesn't aggravate all heart conditions. Just some. Depends on what's wrong. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what are some congenital heart conditions?

Could you tell me what are some congenital heart conditions?

Many many :o): In the adult, more common congenital heart conditions would include patent foramen ovale and bicuspid aortic valve. Others would include atrial septal defect and ventricular septal defect. Conditions which would be diagnosed at birth or as a child may include tetrology of fallot, patent ductus arteriosis, pulmonic stenosis, transposition of the great arteries, as well as the ones listed above. ...Read more

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Can salt in the diet have a direct or indirect effect on heart conditions?

Indirect via fluid: Increased intake of salt results in increased salt in the blood vessels. As a result, water tends to follow the salt. The net effect is higher volume in the blood. This can increase blood pressure which is a risk factor for heart disease. If a person has underlying heart failure, a higher intravascular volume can exacerbate symptomatic heart failure which may require hospitalization. ...Read more

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I am wondering what heart conditions effect the p wave, qrs complex and t-wave, independently.?

I am wondering what heart conditions effect the p wave, qrs complex and t-wave, independently.?

Ecg: Atrial mechanical processes can affect the p wave without changing the others. Ventricular local processes especially damage can alter the qrs. These processes of ventricular alteration would almost always also affect the t wave. Some processes of electrolyte or ischemic nature can change the t wave without changing qrs. ...Read more

Dr. Gutti Rao
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Angina (Definition)

Angina is chest pain that is caused by poor blood flow to the heart muscle. Angina is not an actual disease, but rather a symptom of an existing heart problem. Most commonly, this underlying problem is due to an obstruction of the coronary blood vessels that surround the heart. There are different types of angina including stable angina, unstable ...Read more


Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Heart Conditions (Definition)

Heart conditions are abnormalities or diseases of the heart. Some are congenital (birth defects), while ...Read more