What Is the Coronary Artery Atheroma?

Q:
What does coronary artery atheroma mean?
A:
An atheroma means degenerative material accumulates in your inner layer of an artery wall. Those materials often contain macrophage cells, debris, lipids, calcium and fibrous connective tissue. This condition happens in most people. And good news is that it’s a reversible process.

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