They are the main supply of blood to the brain. Left supplies the left side and the right supplies the right side. Any sort of blockage will cause damage to that side.
embolism is the sudden blockage of a blood vessel by an embolus.
aorta.this is a artery.the blockage of artery due to cholesterol may lead to heart attack.this is the largest artery which supplies the purified blood to the whole body with the help of secondary arteries and capillaries
The clogging fats in the artery walls could somewhat prevent the flow of blood, because the blood now has some blockage. If the clogging became big enough, it could block the flow of blood entirely through that artery. Whatever the case, the heart needs to beat harder to make the blood go pass the blockage.
Although high blood pressure is a very important contributing problem or risk factor for heart attacks, there is no specific blood pressure that is required to have a heart attack. If there is a blockage of a blood vessel that supplies blood to the heart, due to either a fatty deposit of cholesterol, or a blood clot, a heart attack will result.
Stroke is caused by the sudden blockage of blood flow to the brain.
A severe blockage of blood flow in the coronary artery is called a heart attack.
Heparin is a blood thinner, and an MI is a blockage in one of the small blood vessels around the heart. By thinning the blood this blockage can often be overcome, allowing normal blood flow to the heart muscle.
A blockage of a blood vessel is caused by a clot called a thrombus. If that clot breaks free and travels through the blood vessels then it is called a embolus.
By the berlin airlift, we flew in supplies by airplane
a closure or blockage of a blood vessel.
Blockage can be caused by a clot or a narrowing of the vssels because of plaques in the vessel wall.
If a blockage occurs in one of the blood vessels of the heart What is likely to be the effect of this blockage?
A heart attack or myocardial infarction.
The heart supplies blood to the stomach as for the vessel a BLOOD vessel supplies the stomach with blood DUH Sup peoples of the world!!
you die of course you get a blood glog
Cerebrovascular Accident/Cerebrovascular Disease or otherwise known as a stroke is when your brain does not get enough oxygen because: 1)(Ischemic Stroke) there is a blockage of an artery that supplies the brain with blood or 2) (Hemorrhagic Stroke) the artery supplying brain losses it's integrity causing a hemorrhage such as in the case of ananeurysm or when your blood vessels "explode" due to hypertension. The effects of the stroke will depend on the part of… Read More
not increase blood pressure
Blockage of and lymph vessel is keeping the fluids (usually blood, blood that is in need of cleaning) from entering the lymph node. This blockage causes additional blood that needs to be delivered to the lymph node for filtering to back up, kind of waiting for it's turn. This back-up of blood, (and sometimes other fluids), is what causes the swelling.
The phrenic artery supplies blood to the diaphragm.
They sell squeeze bulb syringes for that purpose where you find baby supplies.
Clotting of blood in the blood vessels is the blockage of the blood vessels by excess cholestrol,calcium and platelets. It can be stopped by surgeory.
Your blood supplies many important things to your cells. Mainly it supplies oxygen and nutrients, such as glucose.
In bypass surgery, a detour is built around the coronary artery blockage with a healthy leg vein or chest wall artery. The healthy vein or artery then supplies oxygen-rich blood to the heart.
The descending aorta is the major blood vessel that supplies blood to the caudal half of a pig.
carotid artery supplies blood to brain jugular vein supplies the de oxygenated blood from brain to heart.
The Carotid artery
Sickle cell anemia
Necrosis is tissue death, and infarct means a blockage of blood flow to tissues, so it sounds like someone is describing tissue death that appears to be due to blockage of blood flow.
The vessel that supplies the gut with oxygenated blood is the MESENTERIC ARTERIES.
Most heart attacks occur as a result of coronary artery disease (CAD). Which is the blockage of the coronary artery.
The coronary artery provides oxygenated blood to the heart itself. Blockage in this artery can lead to a heart attack.
Blockages result from plaque build up and/or narrowing of a blood vessels the result. A blockage is the result not the cause. Smoking or a diet high in fat can narrow pathways which may lead to a blockage
The Right Coronary Artery supplies blood to the inferior myocardium
coronary arteries supply oxygenated blood to the muscles of the heart and blockage in coronary artery can cause heart attack.
A blockage in one of the main blood vessels of the heart.
It is called a "stroke".
The afferent arteriole supplies blood to the capillaries in the glomerulus of the kidneys. The efferent arteriole takes the blood away from the glomerulus.
You get the blood supply of the brain affected by three mechanisms. One is bleeding, second in blockage of the blood vessel, due to thrombosis. Third is by way of blockage of blood vessel due to embolism. The patient usually get hemiplegia or weakness or paralysis of the half part of the body.
The path followed by the blood when it supplies and drains the heart muscle
Respiratory system = supplies oxygen to the blood through the process of inhaling and exhaling
Thrombosis is when a blood clot forms inside a blood vessel. This causes a blockage in the circulatory system so that blood cannot pass through freely.
The heart muscle is supplied with oxygenated blood by the coronary arteries. Along with the oxygenated blood, the arteries also supplies the heart muscle with nutrient-filled blood.
a stroke is not a disease. It is similar to a heart attack in that there is a blockage in a blood vessel, which blocks off blood to the brain.
it usually starts when there is narrowing or blockage in the coronary arteries, the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart itself
left anterior descending artery, supplies oxygenated blood to the left atrium
A lack of blood flow, usually from a blockage in an artery.