MORRIS H. KAHN, M.A., M.D.; JOSEPH BARSKY, M.D.
The following study is based upon a critical analysis of 200 cases of angina pectoris that have been carefully observed and studied over a period of a few years. We shall endeavor, therefore, to support our assertions and impressions by the clinical material at our disposal rather than by opinions or extracts from the literature.
The term "angina pectoris" calls to mind a condition in which pain in the chest occurs in attacks, radiating frequently down the left arm and associated wtih aortic and coronary disease. The pain is substernal rather than submammary, and arrests the patient in whatever
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KAHN MH, BARSKY J. Angina Pectoris(Angina Pectoris*A Clinical Analysis of 200 Cases): A Clinical Analysis of 200 Cases. Ann Intern Med. 1928;2:401–421. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-2-5-401
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1928;2(5):401-421.
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