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Coronary Artery

The coronary arteries are the blood vessels of coronary circulation, which transport oxygenated blood to the guts muscle. the guts requires endless supply of oxygen to function and survive, very similar to the other tissue or organ of the body.

 

The coronary arteries wrap round the entire heart. the 2 main branches are the left arteria coronaria (LCA) and right arteria coronaria (RCA). The arteries can additionally be categorized supported the world of the guts they supply circulation for. These categories are called epicardial (above the epicardium, or the outermost tissue of the heart) and microvascular (close to the endocardium, or the innermost tissue of the heart).

 

Reduced function of the coronary arteries can cause decreased flow of oxygen and nutrients to the guts . Not only does this affect supply to the guts muscle itself, but it can also affect the power of the guts to pump blood throughout the body. Therefore, any disorder or disease of the coronary arteries can have a significant impact on health, possibly resulting in angina, a attack , and even death.

 

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