Angina -- Discomfort, pain, or pressure in the chest caused by an inadequate blood supply to the heart. Pain may also be felt in the neck, jaw, or arms.
Angiogram (cardiac catheterization) -- A test used to diagnose heart disease. During the procedure a catheter is inserted into an artery, usually in the leg, and contrast dye is injected into the arteries and heart. X-rays of the arteries and heart are taken.
Anticoagulant -- A medication that prevents blood from clotting; used for...
diabetes. Because diabetes causes high blood sugar
levels, it can cause damage to the arteries in the heart, leading to
atherosclerosis and poor blood flow to the heart muscle. Atherosclerosis occurs
more often and at a younger age in people who have diabetes.