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What is the difference between an angina attack and a heart

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What is the difference between an angina attack and a heart attack
Hi. Angina is heart pain caused by decreased flow in the coronary arteries and it can last from a few minutes to an hour before it goes away. It is a threatened heart attack. A true heart attack comes from an actual blockage of a coronary artery with no blood flow to part of the heart causing death of a portion of heart muscle Let me know if you need more information please
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