Cardinal manifestation of cardiovascular disorders, Biology

CARDINAL MANIFESTATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

Cardiovascular symptoms that most often trouble patients are:

1. Chest Pain

2. Shortness of Breath

3. Palpitation

4. Syncope

5. Intermittent Claudication

6. Abnormal sensations or temperature of extremities.

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