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Hi. I am a med student 21 years old, and I would like to know something more about abdominal angina. I think it is also called bowelgina. I am interested in knowing its diagnoses, causes, and treatments. Is it similar to angina pectoris? Why does it happen? I really need these answers. I am looking forward to your answer.

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Yes, it is similar as angina pectoris, and it is diagnosed as a intermittent abdominal pain, frequently occurring in almost the same time – after a meal. Also is called intestinal angina. It happens due to the obstruction of the coronary artery. One of the possible treatments is endovascular treatment (stent placement). The operation success rate is very high.
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