Heart disease and cardiology.

Atherosclerosis can be described as a condition that triggers fat deposits to build up in the blood vessels (CVD). The result is that you increase your risk of developing blood clots. Additionally, there are risks associated with CVD, including destruction of the arteries in organs such as the heart, kidneys, eyes, brain and liver. CVD can take many forms however here’s a listing of four major ones as per NHS.com. If the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle is impaired or blocked, that is known as coronary heart illness. Stroke is a disease in which the blood supply lines to the brain are cut. This can lead to strokes to the brain or even to death. A transient ischaemic attack (also known as a TIA (also known as “mini-stroke”) may be like a stroke, except that the flow of blood to the brain only is temporarily interrupted. If the blood vessels that supply the limbs become blocked (also known as peripheral arterial diseases) (usually that affects the legs) This is known as peripheral arterial disease. Aortic conditions are a set of disorders that affect the Aorta. This is the largest blood vessel in the body, which carries blood from the heart to other organs of the body. 13ah7b84hs.