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Unstable Angina

Clinical Definition Unstable angina is a cardiac condition, causing acute chest pain. The chest pain occurs due to decreased blood flow to the myocardium. The most common underlying cause of unstable angina is atherosclerosis. Unstable angina characteristically does not have a pattern and may occur without physical exertion. In Our Own Words Unstable angina is

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