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Symptoms Of Arteriosclerosis Obliterans
Can vary: Classic symptoms are chest tightness with shortness of breathe with exertion.Pts have sweating , nausea, and have left arm pain. Pts may also have jaw pain. The symptoms resolve with rest.However most pts dont have such clasic symptoms.Diabetics may have no symptoms at all and they are among the highest risk group.Women tend to have atypical symptoms too.If your concerned w/ risk factors see ur dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes none: Atherosclerosis is progressive "hardening" of the arteries caused by cholesterol build up. While most patients have chest pain or shortness of breath, for many patients their first symptom is a heart attack or sudden death. Fortunately atherosclerosis can controlled/prevented with a healthily lifestyle, not smoking, and medicines when appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Early: The process of atherosclerosis can actually begin in our late teens and early twenties; although the consequences may not manifest for many years. Autopsy examination from young people dying in wars and trauma has revealed early signs of atherosclerosis in these individuals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Deposits cholesterol: Atherosclerosis occurs when cholesterol deposits called plaque form in the wall of your arteries. If the plaque gets big enough it can block flow of blood causing injury to the tissue that was supplied by the artery. That is how heart attacks, strokes, leg ulcers, etc occur. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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