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What is the difference between angina, coronary artery disease, and heart disease?

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Dr. Charles Jost
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Symptom, Disease

Angina and angina equivalents are symptoms of cad: coronary artery disease - which is often pooled with other heart aliments and described as heart disease.
Heart disease could potentially encompass other conditions such as congestive heart failure, chf, atrial fibrillation or flutter, af, kinds of cardiomyopathy, bundle branch block, and valve disorders and potentially more.

In brief: Symptom, Disease

Angina and angina equivalents are symptoms of cad: coronary artery disease - which is often pooled with other heart aliments and described as heart disease.
Heart disease could potentially encompass other conditions such as congestive heart failure, chf, atrial fibrillation or flutter, af, kinds of cardiomyopathy, bundle branch block, and valve disorders and potentially more.
Dr. Charles Jost
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Dr. ALADIN MARIANO
Surgery - Thoracic
1 doctor agrees

In brief: In specificity

Angina is chest pain due to diminished blood flow to heart muscle; maybe from constriction or blockage.
Coronary disease is abnormality in coronary artery itself . Heart disease is abnormality in any part of the heart.

In brief: In specificity

Angina is chest pain due to diminished blood flow to heart muscle; maybe from constriction or blockage.
Coronary disease is abnormality in coronary artery itself . Heart disease is abnormality in any part of the heart.
Dr. ALADIN MARIANO
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