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What is typical and atypical angina?

Q: Typical angina and atypical angina, which one is more dangerous? Please explain.

A:Typical angina means that the history of the patient is classical and chance of having coronary artery blockages is high. Atypical angina means that the symptoms have some features suggesting blockages and other symptoms which are not specific and chance of blockages is lower. In the present era nothing is dangerous if diagnosed and treated properly and in time.

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