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Images Dated 29th October 2002

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Man holds his chest due to angina or heart attack Featured 29 Oct 2002 Print

Man holds his chest due to angina or heart attack

Angina or heart attack. Computer artwork of a man clutching his chest during angina pectoris or a heart attack. The image shows the heart muscle glowing yellow indicating pain. Angina is a feeling of severe pain and constriction in the chest. The pain spreads to the left shoulder and arm as in a heart attack. Both conditions are caused by a deficiency in the oxygen supply to the heart muscle. The lack of oxygen is usually caused by obstruction of the coronary arteries due to the formation of fatty atheroma plaques within them (atherosclerosis). In a heart attack the heart muscle is damaged, which can be fatal. Both conditions may require drugs or surgery

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Nationwide League Division One - Leicester v Coventry - Filbert Street Featured 29 Oct 2002 Print

Nationwide League Division One - Leicester v Coventry - Filbert Street

Coventry City's Lee Mills controls the ball away from the double Leciester City challenge from Gerry Taggart (centre) & the floored Billy Mckinlay,, during their Nationwide League Division One match, at Leicester's Filbert Street ground

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