Tag: Atherosclerosis

Arterial Thrombosis

Arterial Thrombosis and its pathogenesis are dynamic and complex. Dissimilar to venous thrombi, the category of thrombosis usually form under high blood flow conditions, and are chiefly composed of aggregates of platelet, which give them the looks of white clots.

Huge evidence suggests the Arterial Thrombosis to be originated as a condition of an injured plaque of atherosclerosis. Their formation result in the release of platelet aggregation, prothrombotic material, and adhesion of platelets to the wall. The platelet plaque at the initial level is then calmed by fibrin production on the activation of the coagulation cascade.

The acquired conditions of predisposing and inherited gene polymorphisms can manipulate both the size and composition of an Arterial Thrombosis. Additional research is needed to clarify the functions of cellular elements and blood coagulation protein, which are serious to the Arterial pathogenesis. Continue reading “Arterial Thrombosis”

Arterial Thrombosis
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Coronary Thrombosis

Coronary Thrombosis is one of the major heart diseases occurring due to blood clots in the coronary arteries of the heart. The human heart is bounded by 3 chief coronary arteries, which are responsible in supplying the heart with oxygen and blood. If the blood, clots take place in any of these major arteries, the supply of blood will stop to the specific area of heart muscle. This is called heart attack. In medical terminology, it is known as myocardial infarction or Coronary Thrombosis.

A heart attack results in harsh chest pain or angina on the back of the breast bone, which spread towards the arm. If the Coronary Thrombosis is not removed immediately with the help of medicines, the heart muscle area stop functioning properly, which does not get sufficient oxygen, as well as blood. Continue reading “Coronary Thrombosis”

Coronary Thrombosis
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A blood clot that develops in blood vessels can be termed as thrombosis, obstructing the flow of blood through the circulatory system. It is very important to get thrombosis treatment and diagnosis for blood clot, once a person detects any thrombosis disease or symptoms.

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