Association between atypical pain in coronary heart disease and the other pathology of abdominal and thoracic organs
Summary. The paper presents case studies that describe the combination of coronary heart disease with the pathology of the gastrointestinal tract, lungs, and mediastinum. The presence of comorbid disease changes the nature of angina chest pain, indicating the need for a detailed examination of such patients. Key words: ischemic heart disease, angina, atypical pain syndrome, gastrocardiac syndrome.