Coronary Artery Embolism is when the coronary artery of the heart becomes blocked by a clot originating in another blood vessel. When the clot breaks off, it is called an embolus which can travel anywhere in the blood stream and affect other parts of the body. The coronary arteries are the blood vessels in the heart that supply the rest of the body with oxygenated blood. The symptoms of a Coronary Artery Embolism include pain in the chest, shortness of breath, and fatigue. A Coronary Artery Embolism can progress to a heart attack when the blood supply to the heart is blocked. Coronary Artery Embolism is treated with anticoagulants and thrombolytics.
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