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Angina pectoris is a clinical syndrome of discomfort in the chest, jaw, arm, or other sites which is associated with myocardial ischaemia. The nature of angina has many individual variations, and it is easier first to consider the typical syndrome. It is hard to better the descriptions of William Heberden: There is a disorder of the breast, marked with(More)
Invasive investigation of coronary artery disease is relatively expensive, and carries risks including a mortality of approximately 1 in 2000. It would not be practical or appropriate to perform invasive investigation in all patients with a clinical diagnosis of coronary artery disease, still less in the large numbers with chest pain and possible angina.(More)
A case of pseudo-sarcomatous polyps of the vagina in a pregnant woman caused anxiety because of the possible differential diagnoses of sarcoma botyroides of the vagina or mixed mesenchymal tumours of the genital tract. These polyps are rarely described in the literature and their recognition is important for clinical management.
Invasive investigation of coronary artery disease is relatively expensive, and carries risks including a mortality of approximately 1 in 2000. It would not be practical or appropriate to perform invasive investigation in all patients with a clinical diagnosis of coronary artery disease, still less in the large numbers with chest pain and possible angina.(More)
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