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Higher Total Cholesterol May Increase The Risk of Plaque Rupture! by Ng Peng Hock Patient Expert walls of the carotid arteries are strongly associated with the presence of a lipid (or fat-based) core within plaque, which can cause the arteries to rupture. The carotid arteries are two major arteries located...
Genetics Home Reference: arterial tortuosity syndrome by nih.gov from the abnormal arteries can be life-threatening. Rupture of an aneurysm or sudden tearing (dissection... January 2013 What is arterial tortuosity syndrome? Arterial tortuosity syndrome...
Everything about radial artery spasm and friction by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor artery rupture and radial artery avulsion has been reported when attempting to remove the sheath... blood supply is  well established but the less  appreciated  concept is  preprocedure  radial artery...
Coronary arteries aren't what they seem by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor arteries? We owe much of the explanation of these phenomena to Dr. Seymour Glagov, retired professor of pathology at the University of Chicago. When studying the coronary arteries of people...
Emotions and Clogged Arteries by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert stress that's most likely to cause rupture of vulnerable plaques in your arteries via sudden constriction... Emotions and Clogged Arteries An intelligent health newsletter...
What is a normal coronary angiogram & What is a normal coronary artery ? Do they mean the same ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor arterial lumen which is filled with radio opaque dye. This is some times called as coronary luminogram... layers in coronary artery wall . Coronary angiogram  can not give any information about the status...
What are the most common indications for coronary arery by pass surgery? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor                                 Coronary artery  by pass graft surgery... complication during MI (Septal rupture, Acute MR etc) *In emergency situations even a single vessel disease...
Tim Russert Teaches Us We Still Have Work To Do by JaanS Medical Doctor where there is a large rupture, an exposed flap of tissue can block the artery. Shut down of blood flow is further aided... from acute coronary artery disease. Identifying plaques that are prone to rupture ahead of time...
Carotid Artery Stenting vs Carotid Artery Surgery: Is there a Difference? by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook If you have a carotid stenosis you could be at an increased risk for a stroke. Carotid artery surgery (carotid endarterectomy) has been the treatment of choice for many years.  Carotid artery...
CAD is coronary artery disease or Confusing artery disease ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor   sized vessels and love to  home in  on the  branch points . We know coronary  artery disease... a bifurcation lesion ! This is how cardiology is practiced. Reference: Isolated distal coronary artery...

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Treatment ... upturing or, in the case of a brain aneurysm which has already ruptured, to stop the bleeding and reduce the risk of permanent ... » Read on
Complications ... , within an aneurysm can come loose and can travel out into the arterial system. This clot fragment is known as a thrombosis and ... » Read on