cardialgia


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car·di·al·gia

 (kär′dē-ăl′jə)
n.
1. See heartburn.
2. Localized pain in the region of the heart.

[Greek kardialgiā : kardiā, heart; see cardia + -algiā, -algia.]

cardialgia

(ˌkɑːdɪˈældʒɪə; -dʒə) or

cardialgy

n
1. (Pathology) obsolete pain in or near the heart
2. (Medicine) a technical name for heartburn
ˌcardiˈalgic adj

cardialgia, cardialgy

a burning or other painful feeling in the stomach or esophagus; heartburn.
See also: Heart, Pain
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Two months after the beginning of the therapy all patients reported a stable normalization of cardiac rhythm as well as a stable improvement in their ability to work, a reduction of cardialgia frequency and intensity and a significant decrease of the number of concomitant pathology symptoms.
A sixty-four-year-old woman, in good physical condition, with abdominal pain and cardialgia for four weeks was transferred to our clinic.