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Cholesterol embolism

Cholesterol embolism

embolism of lipid debris from an ulcerated atheromatous deposit, generally from a large artery to small arterial branches; it is usually small and rarely causes infarction.

Synonym: atheroma embolism.


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Hahaha oh my. The ways that I know that you can remove cholesterol, other than by blocking de novo cholesterol synthesis and absorbed ... invasive ways can lead to pieces of plaque coming off leading to pulmonary embolism, cerebral strokes, and the well known heart attack. I prefer the drugs ...

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