stenocardia


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stenocardia

(ˌstɛnəʊˈkɑːdɪə)
n
angina pectoris, a contraction of the heart or its vessels due to a lack of oxygen, causing severe chest pain
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--Operative and early postoperative data: type of anesthesia, surgical technique, operative findings, use of intraluminal shunt protection, operative and early postoperative outcome: major complications in early postoperative period: stroke, myocardial infarction and/or decompensation, and death from any cause; minor complications (cranial nerve injury, wound hematoma, hemodynamic instability, stenocardia, heart rhythm disorders, transient confusion, hyperperfusion syndrome);
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The first cohort was the Stenocardia study, which has been described previously (2).