Angina which, in comparison with previous pattern, occurs with less degree of exertion; or with the same degree of exertion but the angina is more severe, the affected area more extensive, or associated with more debilitating symptoms. This type of angina has a pattern that is symptomatic of a high chance to get a heart attack unless the patient is treated immediately.
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