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Heart attack

Heart attack

this refers to that damage that occurs to the heart when one of the coronary arteries becomes occluded.

Common symptoms include crushing, substernal chest pain that may radiate to the jaw or the left arm, accompanied by nausea, sweating and shortness of breath. Fainting is a more uncommon presentation.


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