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Factors Causing Variability in Formation Coronary Collaterals during Coronary Artery Diseases


Sheeja Balakrishnan, Senthil Kumar B

Coronary artery disease is one of the major cause of death world wide. Coronary artery disease are narrowing of coronary arteries that prevent adequate blood supply to the heart muscles results in Acute coronary syndrome which includes Unstable angina and Myocardial Infarction. The only remedy for it is to restore the perfusion through percutaneous Intervention and grafting which may sometime cause reperfusion injury and other complications. Coronary collaterals are small inter arterial connections that act as natural bypass which provide blood flow to the vascular territory, when the artery supplying to it gets obstructed.

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