Burch, G.E.
December 1977
Angiology;Dec1977, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p813
Academic Journal
Discusses the medical management of angina pectoris, a common disease among Americans, especially the elderly. Syndrome that is produced by functional coronary vasoconstriction independent of arteriosclerosis; Diagnosis through recorded history; Therapeutic objective of outlining a regimen that eliminates all episodes of angina pectoris.


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