A Coronary Aneurysm is the formation of a bulge in an artery of the heart. A Coronary Aneurysm is caused by the weakening of the artery’s walls which puts people who have high blood pressure or diabetes at a greater risk. The symptoms of a Coronary Aneurysm include back and abdomen pain, vomiting, and rapid heart rate. A Coronary Aneurysm is treated with blood pressure lowering medications, blood vessel relaxers, and surgery. A Coronary Aneurysm can rupture or dissect which are both life-threatening complications.
Coronary Aneurysm Bioinformatics Tool
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