Any inflammatory love for the neck or faces because the quinsy cancerous sore throat croup an such like particularly like tends to produce suffocation choking or shortness of breath
- any illness of neck or fauces marked by spasmodic assaults of extreme suffocative pain
- a heart problem marked by paroxysms of chest discomfort as a result of reduced oxygen towards heart
- Any inflammatory affection associated with throat or faces, due to the fact quinsy, malignant sore throat, croup, etc., specially like sometimes produce suffocation, choking, or difficulty breathing.
Chest discomfort as a result of an inadequate availability of air into the heart muscle tissue. The pain sensation is typically severe and crushing, and it is described as a feeling of force and suffocation only behind the breastbone. Angina can come with or perhaps a precursor of a heart assault.
1570s, from Latin angina "infection of neck," from Greek ankhone "a strangling" (identify anger); probably impacted in Latin by angere "to throttle." Angina pectoris is from 1744, from Latin pectoris, genitive of pectus "upper body" (see pectoral (adj.)).
(n.) Any inflammatory love associated with neck or faces, since the quinsy, cancerous throat pain, croup, etc., specifically including tends to create suffocation, choking, or difficulty breathing.
But he was suddenly attacked by angina pectoris, and died on Sunday, the 12th of June 1842.