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Does angina mean you have heart disease?
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Dr. Vasudev Ananthram
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: In most cases
Angina generally refers to pain resulting from insufficient blood or oxygen supply to the heart muscle.
This can result from an obstruction to blood flow, increased demand for oxygen because of a overworking heart or insufficient blood (anemia). In most cases angina in the true sense, does indicate underlying heart disease.

In brief: In most cases
Angina generally refers to pain resulting from insufficient blood or oxygen supply to the heart muscle.
This can result from an obstruction to blood flow, increased demand for oxygen because of a overworking heart or insufficient blood (anemia). In most cases angina in the true sense, does indicate underlying heart disease.
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Dr. Ravinder Rustagi
Internal Medicine
In brief: Yes
To be more precise it can be any kind of angina

In brief: Yes
To be more precise it can be any kind of angina
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