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noun an·gi·na \an-ˈjī-nə, ˈan-jə-\

Medical Definition of ANGINA

:  a disease marked by spasmodic attacks of intense suffocative pain: as a :  a severe inflammatory or ulcerated condition of the mouth or throat <diphtheritic angina>—see ludwig's angina, vincent's angina b :  angina pectoris
an·gi·nal \an-ˈjīn-əl, ˈan-jən-\ adjective
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