1. What is thrombosis?
- A balloon-like, blood filled structure
- Fatty deposits formed within the artery
- A blood clot formation
- A heart attack
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2. What are the effects of an aneurysm?
- Leads to a haemorhage
- Leads to a build up of fatty deposits in the artery
- Leads to a heart attack
- Leads to an increase of blood to the heart
3. What can thrombosis cause?
- A increase of blood to the heart
- A blood clot that prevents blood supply
- A lack of blood to the body
- A build up of fatty deposits in the arteries
4. What causes an aneurysm?
- When atheromas weaken the artery wall
- A rough surface found inside the arteries
- When there is a build up of fatty deposits
- An increase of blood to the heart
5. How is a thrombus formed?
- When there is too much blood
- When an atheroma causes a rough surface in a blood vessel
- When athermomatous plaques are formed
- When there is too little blood