coronary thrombosis


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coronary thrombosis

a condition of interrupted blood flow to the heart due to a blood clot in a coronary artery, usually as a consequence of atherosclerosis: characterized by intense pain

coronary thrombosis

[′kär·ə‚ner·ē thräm′bō·səs]
(medicine)
Formation of a thrombus in a coronary artery.
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Coronary thrombosis can result in an AMI, even without underlying coronary atherosclerosis.
Plaque instability frequently occurs days or weeks before occlusive coronary thrombosis: a pathological thrombectomy study in primary percutaneous coronary intervention.
My father died unexpectedly aged 54 of a heart attack due to coronary thrombosis, and his father died from the same cause aged 46.
The primary pathophysiologic event in acute coronary syndrome is a reduction in coronary blood flow due to transient platelet aggregation, coronary thrombosis, or coronary artery spasm.
He died from a coronary thrombosis on August 7, 1957 and was cremated at the Chapel of the Pines two days later, and his ashes were buried in the Valhalla Memorial Park in North Hollywood.
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It wasn't until after his wife's death from coronary thrombosis in 1983 at just 45 that he came out of the closet.
July 12 at Holman's Funeral Chapel in Portland for Darrell Dee Standley of Portland, who died May 20 of coronary thrombosis. He was 62.
The reason for Matti Lehti's resignation reflects his need to reduce the amount of work due to a mild coronary thrombosis that he suffered last year, TietoEnator said.
Mr Betts suffered a suspected coronary thrombosis after he left St Hilda's Chapel on June 8.