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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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Those with diabetes but no coronary disease had diabetes for an average of 2 years.
After the stent is implanted into the coronary arteries for 30 to 45 days, the drug seeps into the coronary artery wall surrounding the device and prevents the accumulation of scar tissue that could reblock the artery.
pneumoniae antigens or DNA in intimal thickening and fatty streaks of young adults and Alaskan Natives (the latter group at low risk for coronary atherosclerosis) supports an early microbial role in pathogenesis (30).
The INHIBIT trial was a randomized, multi-center study that enrolled patients who required treatment for in-stent restenosis in native coronary arteries.
Cardiac rehabilitation exercise training can improve a patient's psychological status and functioning, though exercise training does little to reduce the levels of anxiety and depression commonly experienced by an individual recovering from coronary bypass surgery (CROP, 1995).
You can have coronary heart disease without being aware of it.
Acute Coronary Syndrome Phase 1 Clinical Trial Pipeline Insights
In the latest study, the participants classified as moderate or severe cocaine users by Satran and Henry were more than twice as likely to have a coronary aneurysm as mild users were.
Scientists have been uncertain about the relative contributions of treatment and basic prevention - preventing the development of the disease rather than its recurrence - to the drop in deaths from coronary artery disease.
The study helps executives estimate Acute Coronary Syndrome market potential, assess unmet need, develop drug forecasting models, and build population-based health management frameworks.
Most people have never heard of it, but a coronary calcium score could tell them more about their risk of developing heart disease than the answers to any of the other questions.