Angina Pectoris is identified as severe chest pain that results from inadequate blood circulation to the heart. Angina pectoris may not result in long term injury to the coronary heart muscle mass (this may not be correct for serious angina pectoris) and may be relieved by rest or the use of nitroglycerin positioned under the tongue. This post shares the medical diagnosis of symptoms, cause, risk factors, and treatments associated with this disorder . Go to Symptom Spy to learn more about medical symptoms related to the heart.

Angina Pectoris