Definition of 'coronary artery'
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Times, Sunday Times (2006)
These coronary arteries feed the heart muscle.Preventing Heart Disease (1987)
Heart attacks resulting from coronary artery disease are the commonest cause of fatality in many strenuous sports.How to Lower High Blood Pressure (1994) Times, Sunday Times (2007) Coping with Angina (1990)
Rumours emerged of further health issues following surgery in 2004 for an acutely blocked coronary artery.Times, Sunday Times (2016) Coping with Angina (1990)
Any fatty acids not used subsequently cling onto the coronary artery walls, where they contribute to heart disease.EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)
The underlying problem in a heart attack is a blockage of one of the coronary arteries supplying blood and nutrients to the muscular heart wall.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A thin catheter is fed into a blood vessel in the groin and gently manoeuvred into the blocked coronary artery.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
These changes are not confined to the coronary arteries - the blood vessels in other parts of the body may also be affected.Preventing Heart Disease (1987)
Numerous risk factors, factors that increase the likelihood of experiencing coronary artery disease, have been identified.An Introduction to Community Health (1995)
Sleeping too much or too little could raise your risk of a heart attack as deposits of calcium clog up the coronary artery, a study has found.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It is particularly risky for people with clogged coronary arteries and anyone over 35, who may have an existing but undiagnosed heart condition.Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Easy Stages (1989)
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