coronary

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  • noun

Synonyms for coronary

obstruction of blood flow in a coronary artery by a blood clot (thrombus)

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During all the autopsies, the team counted the unstable, fatty plaques in the coronary arteries.
The INHIBIT trial was a randomized, multi-center study that enrolled patients who required treatment for in-stent restenosis in native coronary arteries.
We propose that chronic infection of coronary arteries by C.
Thrombus in coronary arteries and bypass grafts can cause lack of oxygen (ischemia) in the heart muscle and may lead to a damaging heart attack.
The originating of LAD and Cx coronary arteries from the contralateral aortic sinus Valsalva was included into the group of potentially serious anomalies.
They believe such drugs may one day provide humans with a treatment to counter clogged coronary arteries, the main vessels that supply the heart with blood.
The Coronary Arteriographic Tree analysis program integrates 35 years of fluid dynamic research into automated quantification of the entire coronary artery tree for diffuse atherosclerosis as well as multiple blockages in all coronary arteries and branches on a CT or invasive coronary arteriogram.
For example, a University of Minnesota team studied 102 people who received heart transplants - complete with new coronary arteries -- between 1983 and 1987.
Early research from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg that recently appeared in the European Journal of Radiology has indicated that high and constant temporal resolution, independent of heart rate, permits imaging of the coronary arteries without motion artifacts in a substantially increased number of patients, as compared to earlier generation scanners.
Examiation of their coronary arteries showed no sign of advanced atherosclerosis, the buildup of fatty deposits that can also cause angina (chest pain).
The devices use innovative suction stabilization technology to hold, lift and rotate the beating heart to expose coronary arteries on any of its surfaces, and then hold the tissue almost stationary where the surgeon is working.
The team looked at each recruit's coronary arteries, the main blood vessels supplying the heart.
from the University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland(1) investigated the accuracy of the SOMATOM Sensation 64 for assessing hemodynamically significant stenoses of coronary arteries in a consecutive patient population.
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