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Over time the buildup becomes thicker and less flexible and is sometimes referred to as hardening of the arteries.
Stenosis occurs when the arteries become clogged with fatty deposits.
Arteries may also become stiff due to the effects of diabetes.
Atherosclerosis of the carotid arteries - also called carotid artery disease or atherosclerotic occlusive disease of the carotid arteries - develops when fatty deposits (plaque) clog those arteries...
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In some cases, a procedure to open the arteries is necessary.
Endothelial dysfunction occurs when the endothelial cells lining the inside of your heart arteries don't perform their function of allowing arteries to properly expand (dilate).
Your carotid arteries are among the main vessels that carry blood to your brain.
The access site is in a small artery that heals up well, patients recover quickly and return to a waiting room when they are done.
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