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Will occasional transient cardiac angina for 4-10 seconds cause any permanent scaring or damage of the heart?

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Dr. Mark Gordon
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Angina

Generally if angina resolves that quickly, it does not cause any heart muscle damage however, it could be a warning sign indicating a significant coronary blockage that may require attention.
You should see a cardiologist for additional evaluation and testing.

In brief: Angina

Generally if angina resolves that quickly, it does not cause any heart muscle damage however, it could be a warning sign indicating a significant coronary blockage that may require attention.
You should see a cardiologist for additional evaluation and testing.
Dr. Mark Gordon
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