angina pectorisangina pec·to·ris
a condition marked by recurrent pain, usually in the chest and left arm, caused by a sudden decrease of the blood supply to the heart muscle
Origin of angina pectorisL, literally , angina of the breast
Severe paroxysmal pain in the chest associated with an insufficient supply of blood to the heart.
Origin of angina pectorisNew LatinLatin angina quinsy pectoris genitive of pectus chest