Heart Disease

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  • Created by: Blevers
  • Created on: 08-03-15 20:28

1. How is a thrombus formed?

  • When there is too little blood
  • When an atheroma causes a rough surface in a blood vessel
  • When there is too much blood
  • When athermomatous plaques are formed
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2. What is an atheroma?

  • A blood clot
  • Fatty deposits formed within the artery wall
  • A heart attack
  • Fatty deposits formed within the heart

3. How are atheromas formed?

  • Damaged endothelium
  • Enlarged atheromatous plaques
  • Blood clots
  • Burst arteries

4. What is thrombosis?

  • A blood clot formation
  • A balloon-like, blood filled structure
  • Fatty deposits formed within the artery
  • A heart attack

5. What can Atheromas lead to?

  • Lack of oxygen
  • More blood flow
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Nothing


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