Coronary Ostial Stenosis is when narrowing occurs in the artery of the heart because of atherosclerosis. Coronary Ostial Stenosis is caused by atherosclerosis which is the thickening of the arterial walls because of plaque buildup. The symptoms of Coronary Ostial Stenosis include chest tightness, fatigue, and shortness of breath. Coronary Ostial Stenosis is treated with blood thinning medications, bypass surgery, and angioplasty. There are some people who are at greater risk for Coronary Ostial Stenosis, but lifestyle changes can improve the outlook for patients.
Coronary Ostial Stenosis Bioinformatics Tool
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