Manual therapy of pectalgic syndrome

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Abstract

Chest pain (pectalgic syndrome) in the elderly is a rather serious medical problem, usually associated with the fact that many patients over 50 years of age suffer from coronary artery disease (CHD). This, on the one hand, causes differential diagnostic difficulties in determining the genesis of pectalgia, and on the other hand, the presence of coronary artery disease limits the use of physiotherapy, reflexology, etc. Manual procedures in such cases are methods of diagnosis and treatment.

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R. G. Esin

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Russian Federation, Kazan

E. R. Ablaeva

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Russian Federation, Kazan

M. G. Molostov

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Russian Federation, Kazan

N. V. Tokareva

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Russian Federation, Kazan

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© 1993 Esin R.G., Ablaeva E.R., Molostov M.G., Tokareva N.V.

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