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She said the city then can seek grant money to get plaques for historic buildings, or the owners of historic buildings would have a template to use should they wish to put up a plaque.
The process responsible for the formation of the atherosclerotic plaque starts with the accumulation of lipoprotein particles (LDL) in the intima; these lipoproteins undergo modifications that include oxidation and glycation.
The plaque asserts that the Civil War was "not a rebellion, nor was its underlying cause to sustain slavery.
Low wall shear stress can cause arterial damage, and subsequently plaque instability, through several mechanisms, including increased fluid residence time and increased platelet and macrophage adhesion to the arterial wall.
But few know that not all arterial plaque is the same.
Results: Ninety-six patients were divided into carotid plaque group and non-plaque group according to the existence of a carotid plaque after carotid artery ultrasonography.
The plaque poses little risk if the collagen layer isn't disturbed.
CLINTON -- The plaques are back up, listing the names of the veterans from town who served in time of war.
A PLAQUE marking Huddersfield Town's old Leeds Road centre spot has gone missing again.
Plaque rupture is a key step in the initiation of an acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
A second plaque had been damaged in a theft attempt and both had been replaced by nonmetal plaques.
Patients treated with TNF inhibitors had a 37% lower rate of plaque progression in the common carotid artery, wrote Dr.
The society has started creating a gallery of plaque pictures on photograph sharing website Flickr, focusing on plaques in Spon End, Gosford Street, Earlsdon, Chapelfields and the city centre.