cardiovascular Disease

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in the cavernous sinus obstruction, also known as a sinus thrombosis Formed in the cavernous sinus Cavernous sinus is the ventricle at the bottom of the brain in the skull. It drains blood from the brain and the middle of the face back to the heart. Cranial nerves surround the sinus. These nerves are needed for eye movement and sensation in the upper and middle parts of the head and face. People of any age, gender, or race can have this condition.

Kawasaki disease (KD) is a rare condition that causes inflammation of the blood vessels (vasculitis) and many of the other symptoms listed below. KD usually occurs in children younger than 5 years of age. It is more common in boys than girls. in the United States 4,000 new cases are diagnosed each year as the leading cause of heart disease in children.

The heart pumps oxygen-rich blood through arteries throughout the body. Blood carries oxygen and other nutrients that the body needs. coronary heart disease Caused by fat accumulation in the inner layer of coronary arteries. These blood cells are located outside the heart and carry blood to the heart, myocardium. These sebum deposits may build up during adolescence and gradually. thicker and larger throughout life This thickening, known as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), narrows the arteries and can narrow or block blood flow to the heart.

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a disease that occurs when blood clots in a vein. The affected veins are usually deep in the leg muscles but can occur elsewhere. Blood clots slow down the flow of blood. The area becomes swollen, red, and painful if a blood clot moves to the lungs. Pulmonary embolism (pulmonary embolism) can lead to severe breathing problems. DVT often affects people who are not physically active, are elderly, pregnant, or have blood disorders that increase their risk of clotting.

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is an emergency medical condition that occurs in the lungs as a result of a blockage in a vein. A thrombosis occurs when a blood clot breaks out of a vein (venous thrombus) in another part of the body. Usually in the legs and reaching the lungs, it can be life-threatening and requires urgent treatment.

An aortic rupture is a life-threatening condition in which bleeding ruptures in the walls of the aorta and causes it to separate. The three walls are the inner, middle, and outer layers. The aorta is the largest artery and carries blood from the heart.

TRight heart catheterization is called a pulmonary artery catheter. to find out how well the heart and blood vessels are working and treat heart disease Most coronary catheters are done in a laboratory.

TIt is a narrowing of the carotid artery. This artery is the main artery that carries oxygenated blood to the brain. Aortic stenosis occurs in 5 out of 1,000 people 50 - 60 years old and is more common in 100 out of 1,000 people older than 80.

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death and disease in the United States. Although regular exercise can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CV) such as CHD and high blood pressure (hypertension) Many people do not exercise. Fitness is important to cardiovascular health.

The aorta is a large, important artery attached to the left side. side of the heart other medium blood vessels from the aorta which carries blood and oxygen to the body. Coarctation is an abnormal narrowing of the aorta.

Triglycerides are a type of fat (lipid) found in the blood most commonly in the body. Cholesterol is another. Store them in fat cells for later use. Triglycerides are the primary source of energy if eaten in normal amounts is essential to good health.

It is a disease involving the small and middle blood vessels of the legs and arms. Inflammation depends on scarring and blood clots. causing less blood to feed that area Occurs in men under 50 who smoke.

It is high pressure in the pulmonary veins and right ventricle, caused by small blood clots and blockages, preventing the heart from pumping blood into the lungs. As a result, the heart works harder and eventually fails. Another cause of PH is thromboembolic disease. or thromboembolic disease (TED), moving to occlusion in the blood vessels in the lungs

Priapism is a condition in which an erection lasts longer than 4 hours, not associated with sexual stimulation. Priapism is a medical emergency that requires appropriate treatment.

Temporal arteritis is a condition that causes the arteries to become inflamed or swollen, also called temporal arteritis. However, other arteries can become inflamed. Inflammation narrows the blood vessels. clogged arteries unable to feed tissue If it's the eye, it can cause blindness.

It is a type of illness caused by deep vein thrombosis, mainly in the veins in the leg muscles. and other parts can be born. A blood clot slows down the flow of blood and causes swelling, redness, and pain.

Caused by the veins around the scrotum enlarged. which the scrotum is a low hanging sac It descends from the penis and houses the testicles and veins carry waste tissue from tissues and cells back into the heart. There are two scrotums left and right.

Caused by clogged blood vessels from the hardening of the arteries The blood supply to the legs is not good. The hardening of the arteries due to cholesterol clogging the arteries. Both males and females can be born

Congestion in the chest due to decreased blood and oxygen supply to the heart It is a symptom of coronary heart disease and coronary artery hardening from the presence of cholesterol and fat deposits in the arteries. Acute chest pain can cause spasms of the heart muscle. in which acute angina is uncertain can happen to the situation

It is a disease in which the arteries are narrowed at the site of blood from the heart to the kidneys resulting in high pressure When the arteries are narrowed in both directions, kidney failure can occur.

Caused by a narrowed or ruptured artery in the brain or high blood pressure Blood clots in the aorta will have a warning or the occurrence of symptoms of transient ischemic stroke These blood clots are formed by fatty deposits in the walls of blood vessels.

It is a disease in which the small intestine in the body becomes inflamed and expands. These blood vessels may be in the skin, joints, stomach, and kidneys. This disease, known as allergic purpura, is most common in young children, especially boys. As for older children or adults, it is possible.

Blood pressure is the pressure of blood on the walls of arteries caused by the pumping action of the heart. Increased blood pressure puts a strain on the circulatory system. directly affects the occurrence of diseases of the vascular system

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