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Cardiac Syndrome X



Cardiac Syndrome X

What is Syndrome X?

Syndrome X describes chest pain ( angina) in people who do not show signs of blockages in the arteries of their heart ( coronary arteries) after an angiogram, or X-ray of these arteries. It is not clear what causes Syndrome X, but there are several theories. Syndrome X patients...
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Cardiac Syndrome X - Diagnosis, Treatment, Prognosis

How is Syndrome X diagnosed?

There are several steps for diagnosing Syndrome X. First, you must have a positive exercise ECG (usually a treadmill test), meaning the test showed that your heart was not getting enough blood during exertion. The second step is to have an angiogram, which is an...
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