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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
anginaan‧gi‧na /ænˈdʒaɪnə/ noun [uncountable]  MIa medical condition in which you have bad pains in your chest because your heart is weak
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anginaCarcinoma, methadone, diabetes, depression, miscarriage and angina have poured down as unremittingly as the weather.It's for what the doctor calls angina.I was hospitalised for angina and my care was excellent.Poppers were initially manufactured as treatments for angina pectoris, a painful heart condition.In the early 1960s the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota researched exercise therapy as part of the treatment for patients suffering from angina.It was then shown the correct diagnosis in each case, broken into five categories, ranging from flatulence to angina.Sophia has unstable angina and is refusing surgery from which she might benefit.
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