coronary thrombosis

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Synonyms for coronary thrombosis

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

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Alan Padwell, a pathologist at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, said there was a strong possibility the drugs caused Mr Betts to suffer an acute coronary thrombosis - a blockage of the artery.
Smoking hardens the arteries, causing them to narrow and is the most common cause of coronary thrombosis in people under 50.
On November 25, 1944, Commissioner Landis died of coronary thrombosis.
Mr Devenney collapsed minutes later in a nearby pharmacy, while picking up his antibiotics, and died of a coronary thrombosis.
When Ivor Novello died in 1951 of a coronary thrombosis, Coward wrote in his diary: "Another landmark swept away.
A post mortem revealed Mrs Walker died from a coronary thrombosis.
They were Integrelin to Minimize Platelet Aggregation and Prevent Coronary Thrombosis (IMPACT), Integrilin to Minimize Platelet Aggregation and Coronary Thrombosis-II (IMPACT-II), and Platelet Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa in Unstable Angina: Receptor Suppression Using Integrilin Therapy (PURSUIT).
Heart attack is also known as coronary thrombosis, ischaemic attack and myocardial infarction.
The death certificate stated he had a coronary thrombosis.
Such an event sometimes is called a coronary thrombosis or coronary occlusion.
Similarly, dogs given only alprazolam alone showed no reduction in coronary thrombosis.
Very often, these decisions are made with little or no evidence of improved efficacy, such as in the case of recent, widespread usage of very expensive thrombolytic agents for treating coronary thrombosis.
Gable died in 1960 from a coronary thrombosis at 59.
Almost all myocardial infarctions result from coronary atherosclerosis, generally with superimposed coronary thrombosis (1).
Lipid-core containing plaque is suspected to be "vulnerable plaque" that can rupture and form dangerous blood clots, leading to coronary thrombosis.