Quiz: Angina Pectoris
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Angina pectoris is usually described as chest discomfort rather than as chest “pain.” The symptoms of angina pectoris may be a vague, barely troublesome ache or may rapidly become a severe, intense precordial crushing sensation. Although the location of the discomfort varies, it is most commonly felt at which of the following locations?

  • A.

    Beneath the sternum

  • B.

    Down the inside of the right arm


  • C.

    In the throat, jaws, and teeth

  • D.

    In the upper abdomen


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