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This medical exhibit pictures the most common areas of pain experienced during an attack of angina using an anterior (front) diagram of a male figure with reddened regions representing the painful areas. Labels include a caption reading Possible areas of pain: neck, jaw, upper abdomen, shoulders and arms.