GlossaryAnemia - The condition of having less than the normal number of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood. The insufficiency of oxygen - transporting units therefore, can make one feel tired, appear pale, develop palpitations, and become short of breath.
Angina - Chest pain. The pain may radiate into jaw, ear lobes, between shoulder blades or down shoulder and arm on either side, most frequently the left side. It is caused by a temporary reduction in the amount of oxygen to the heart muscle through narrowed, diseased coronary arteries.
Myocarditis - Inflammation of the muscles of the heart.
Synovial joints - Synovial is a clear fluid whose function is to act as a lubricant. Any joint producing this fluid is referred to as synovial joint.
Antibodies - Proteins produced by the body against foreign particles.
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