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What Happens In The Body With Arteriosclerosis
Limits to blood flow: In arteriosclerosis, cholesterol builds up in the walls of the artery compromising the inside of the artery where blood flows. The end result can be limitations in blood flow to the brain, heart, intestines, kidney, and extremities. The symptoms are particular to the organ affected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Withers away: Due to severe calorie restriction the body uses its own body stores for energy. Over time you become thin and malnourished. A famous singer Karen Carpenter died from Anorexia. Help is available- get to see a doctor soon. It is something you can't help yourself out of. See a doctor. ...Read more
Heart attack: read this: http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/guide/heart-disease-heart-attacksGet a more detailed answer ›
Main artery: The aorta is the main artery in the boday and is responsible for delivering blood to the rest of the body. ...Read more
Fluid buildup: In a healthy patient, the heart and kidneys work together to maintain the appropriate amount of salt and water in the body. In the patient with congestive heart failure, this equilibrium is upset. Salt and water accumulate resulting in shortness of breath, swollen legs, and inability to exercise. This can be the result of problems with the kidney or the heart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abnormal embryology: By definition coarctation of the aorta is a abnormality of vascular embryology. At birth flow is adequate for the limited activity i the new born and early toddler years, but as children age, their growing bodies and activity out grows the narrowed aorta's ability to supply enough blood fast enough to keep up. ...Read more
The heart is one of the most important organs in the body. What can you do to keep your heart healthy?
Here are some...: Getting good erection for procreation or pleasure requires all involved tissues, muscles, nerves being well-nourished, healthy, & working coherently in a seamless fashion like those for any parts or organs of the body do. Specifically, the genital organs can regulate blood inflow & outflow of the penis at right time in right way so to maintain penile rigidity for intercourse. More? Ask doc. ...Read more
What is chronic bronchitis?
What are the signs of this
what happens when this particular malfuntion starts in the body
what does it do tothe body?
Probably Nothing: Lactic acid is the byproduct of your cells when they metabolize sugars without oxygen. This is what happens when you go for a long run... Lactic acid accumulates in your tired muscles and causes a burning sensation. If depleted, probably not much happens... Lactic acid can accumulate for lots of other reasons too, but generally related to a lack of oxygen. ...Read more
Leucodystrophy: Vlcfa stands for very long chain fatty acids. This is the finding in patients with a certain form of leucodystrophy. They may have disorder of adrenal function as well. Usually male and usually progressive. Special labs are available to measure these levels. There are treatments available for some forms. You need to discuss these issues with your doctors. ...Read more
How does the build up of plaque in someone with atherosclerosis cause the hardening of the arteries?
Not the same things: Plaque buildup (atherosclerosis) in the arteries can make them less flexible, but the old term "hardening of the arteries" (arteriosclerosis) is usually attributed to a decrease in flexibility of the vessel wall even without any plaque present. It is more related to the collagen/structure of the vessel wall themselves. The utility of this term is waning as medicine advances. ...Read more
Progression, Closure: White blood cells, mostly macrophages, invade the walls of the arteries to remove low density lipoprotein (fat carrying protein) particles. Macrophages die if overwhelmed with LDL & cannot export their ingested fat into high density lipoprotein particles. The artery wall thickens & enlarges; no symptoms decades. Plaque rupture induces sudden clots, debris downstream, sudden narrowing & closure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello sir, i want to ask you whether increase of diabetes in the body can cause stiffness in the parts of the body?
Bypass channels: The fetus/baby developed & is more or less normal in appearance at birth.That would only occur with the bodies ability to bypass the narrowing of a coarctation by channeling needed blood flow though other blood vessels(collaterals). A kid may go for a few years before the coarctation is discovered. ...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
Heart, brain, +more: Hypertension, or high blood pressure, causes damage to many organs in the body. It can damage the heart by causing a heart attack or heart failure. It can also attack the brain by causing stroke. It can damage the kidneys, leading to renal failure. Finally, it can damage the eyes and cause blindness. For this reason, anyone with hypertension should visit a doctor so it can be properly treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can't store protein: Unlike carbohydrates and fat, there is no storage form in the body for proteins. Proteins are either incorporated into tissues or they are eliminated. However there are conditions in the body such as amyloidosis which involve abnormal deposition of misfolded proteins; these can cause a variety of problems including heart failure and kidney failure. ...Read more
What happens to the formaldehyde in vaccines when its injected into your body? What does the body do with it?
Formaldehyde/vaccine: First, not all vaccines contain formaldehyde. The ones that do have very tiny amounts that the body is able to metabolize. Possibly to your surprise, formaldehyde is essential in human metabolism an is required for the synthesis of DNA ad some amino acids. Thus, all humans have detectable quantities of natural formaldehyde in their circulation. Remainder excreted by body as waste product. ...Read more
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