A Coronary Occlusion is when a blood vessel in the heart is blocked by a clot. 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 Occlusion include chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue. A Coronary Occlusion is caused by plaque buildup on the inner lining of the artery or by a temporary muscle spasm in the heart. Treatments for a Coronary Occlusion include medications to lower the heart rate, medications to relax the artery wall, and angioplasty to expand the artery. A Coronary Occlusion can lead to a heart attack which can have lasting effects on the body, but changes in diet and smoking habits can increase the outlook.
Coronary Occlusion Bioinformatics Tool
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