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How is microvascular angina diagnosed?

Doctors usually begin diagnosis of microvascular angina based on your described symptoms. A physical exam and a full medical history will be taken to help with the initial diagnosis. Other tests to confirm microvascular angina may include imaging tests like EKGs or MRIs, testing for cholesterol levels, and stress tests.

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