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coronary

1. Anatomy designating blood vessels, nerves, ligaments, etc., that encircle a part or structure
2. short for coronary thrombosis
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For example, a recent prospective cohort related expression of antibodies against several pathogens to MI or death in patients with angiographically documented coronary artery disease (80).
Achieving the first milestone in the VISION trial is vital to gathering follow-up clinical data on radiotherapy for treatment of coronary artery disease," commented Professor Wolfgang Rutsch, M.
Coronary bypass surgery has considerable impact on the occupational status of individuals postoperatively (Rimm, Barboriak, Anderson, & Simon, 1976).
Coronary heart disease is a chronic condition--it will not disappear--and you may need to make some changes.
Fore Pharma's latest report 'Global Acute Coronary Syndrome Drug Pipeline Capsule - 2012 Update' provides most up-to-date information on key Research and Development activities (R&D) in the global Acute Coronary Syndrome market.
Data of 250 consecutive patients who underwent CT coronary angiography in our institution, SRM medical college and research institute, Kancheepuram district, Tamilnadu, Chennai in a period of 2 years i.
Reports of anomalous origin of coronary arteries, such as the origin of right coronary artery from left aortic sinus, the left from right aortic sinus, both arteries from the same aortic sinus, both or either artery from pulmonary trunk, etc.
Keywords: Right coronary artery, Left coronary cusp, Aortic stenosis.
Coronary angiograms done from July 2009 to December 2011 were retrieved and reviewed for normal coronary arteries.
Type 2 diabetes is not a coronary artery disease (CAD) risk equivalent," Heinz Drexel, M.
Among the remaining patients, 244 (33%) had no type 2 diabetes or coronary disease, 50 (7%) had type 2 diabetes and no coronary disease, 342 (46%) had coronary disease but no diabetes, and 114 (15%) had both coronary disease and type 2 diabetes.