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Pathophysiology/Risk Factors


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3.An umbrella term describing a group of clinical symptoms compatible with acute myocardial ischemia.
4.A loss of elasticity of the arteries, which is characterized by thickening and hardening of artery walls.
6.A heart disease where there is impairment in the ability of the ventricle to eject or to fill with blood
7.A heart disease characterized by weakening in the myocardium
9.A process whereby fatty material is deposited along the walls of the arteries.
11.A noninvasive, diagnostic test that records cardiac electrical currents
14.Transient pain or discomfort in the chest caused by myocardial ischemia.
16.Atherosclerosis involves arterial injury and _____________.
17.Reduces blood pressure by increasing the renal excretion of sodium, potassium, and other ions
18.Type of heart defects that were present at birth.
19.An acute vascular event that is a leading cause of death and disability
20.Chronic, excessive injury to endothelial cells caused by tobacco smoke, hypertension and hyperglycemia.
1.Arteriosclerosis of the peripheral blood vessels.
2.A preventable and treatable disease characterized by limitations in airflow that are not fully reversible
4.A common complex chronic disorder of the airways characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, airflow obstruction, hyperresponsiveness of the bronchioles, and underlying inflammation.
5.A blood clot that forms in a blood vessel or heart chamber and remains there
8.Insufficient blood flow to the heart muscle that occurs when myocardial oxygen demand exceeds the oxygen supply.
10.Shortness of breath.
12.A type of heart disease involving disorders of the heart valves.
13.A type of angina that usually occurs at rest without any apparent precipitating event such as exercise or stress.
15.A type of stroke resulting in decreased blood flow to a portion of the brain resulting in cell death.

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