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  1. What is coronary spasm? Chest pain is a common symptom of coronary artery disease. However, people without fixed, severe coronary blockages also can have chest pain due coronary spasm. Spasm. During coronary spasm, the coronary arteries constrict or spasm on and off, causing temporary lack of blood supply to the heart muscle (ischemia).
  2. Muscle spasms range in intensity from mild twitches to severe pain. The spastic muscle may feel harder than normal to the touch, and/or appear visibly distorted. It may show visible signs of twitching. Spasms may typically last from seconds to 15 minutes or longer, .
  3. Muscle spasms are defined as involuntary contractions of a muscle group. These spasms can often be forceful and painful. The etiology of muscle spasms may range from benign conditions such as electrolyte disorders that alter muscle physiology to more severe neurological and degenerative conditions such as motor neuron disease and stroke where muscle spasms occur because of .
  4. More about Death and Spasms. Causes of Spasms; Silent deadly killer diseases; Top misdiagnosed diseases; Conditions listing medical symptoms: Spasms: The following list of conditions have 'Spasms' or similar listed as a symptom in our database. This computer-generated list .
  5. 1. Introduction. Coronary artery spasm (CAS) without organic coronary stenosis is generally believed to have a good prognosis, [1–4] it is often the major cause of chest pain which is closely related to ischemic heart diseases such as variant angina, unstable angina and myocardial infarction (MI). [4–7] Recently studies, 33% to 79% of patients with chest pain without coronary artery.
  6. Dec 20,  · S.P.A.S.M. or SPASM or spasm???? You said it was refeefed to in some terrorism test? how used? Simplist explaination is the word spasm, referring to the muscle contractions, facciculations etc. from a nerve agents etc. Havn't seen it as an abbrevaition or acromyn and have taken many haz mat firefighting and hospital preparedness training.
  7. Mar 22,  · But these are secondary to the esophageal spasm, so technically, the cause of death would be complications from a surgery. Dr. Anderson explains, “While esophageal spasms are not fatal, some underlying causes, such as cancer, can be fatal. Keep in mind that esophageal cancer is rare and not one of the common causes of esophageal spasm.”.
  8. Apr 03,  · Depending on how they die, it's usually nerve clusters I believe that are still active, the “firing” mechanisms of the neurons that pass throughout our body haven't died yet, so they create spasms, due to the nerve endings. certain things can trig.

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