Atherosclerosis, the inflammatory accumulation of intraluminal, lipid-filled plaque within arteries, is thought to be at least partially responsible for nearly half of the mortality in Western societies. It particularly affects regions of disturbed non-laminar flow at branch points in the arteries and is considered a primary cause of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, resulting in heart attacks, stroke, and peripheral arterial disease. Prompt diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of ischemic complications is the gold standard in preventing mortality.
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