Angina, also known as ischemic chest pain, is a result of a deficient flow of blood to the heart. It can be a symptom of coronary artery disease. Patients describe this pain as recurrent or sudden squeezing, pressure, heaviness and tightness in the chest. A primary cause could be fatty substances building up in the arteries supplying blood to the heart. Cure/medication for Angina A healthy fusion of behavior Read More
There are several different types of mucolipidosis III (MLIII), each with its own set of symptoms and risk factors. The most common type is known as Sanfilippo type B (or Type B). There are also Sanfilippo types A and C, but these are much less common than Type B.The risk factors for MLIII include having a family member who has been diagnosed with it or another type of mucolipidosis. Other risk factors include havi Read More
A buildup of fatty plaques in your arteries, or atherosclerosis (ath-ur-o-skluh-ROE-sis) can damage your blood vessels and heart. Plaque buildup causes narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke.
Coronary artery disease symptoms may be different for men and women. For instance, men are more likely to have chest pain. Women are more likely to have other signs and symptoms along with Read More