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Atherosclerosis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Atherosclerosis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Atherosclerosis. It contains the following chapters:

    • Supply
    • Atherosclerotic Disease
    • Demand
    • Associated Hyperlipidemia
    • Types of Hyperlipidemia
    • Familial Hypochlolesterolemia

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    1. Decrease in blood supply
    2. Increased demand
    3. Decreased elasticity of the coronary artery
    4. Diffuse thickening of the coronary artery wall
    5. Decreased function of heart
    1. ...amount of occlusion of arteries of the heart.
    2. ...amount of exertion.
    3. ...age of the patient.
    4. ...the blood pressure of the patient.
    5. ...number of cigarettes he smoked.
    1. Smooth muscle cells.
    2. Fibrous tissue.
    3. Cholesterol.
    4. Necrotic debris.
    5. Endothelial cells.
    1. Receptors for vwf (Von Willibrand Factor).
    2. Receptors for Beta- Catenin.
    3. Receptors for LDL.
    4. Receptors for macrophages.
    5. Receptors for NF-KB.
    1. Oxidation.
    2. Hydration.
    3. Chlorination.
    4. Reduction.
    5. Embolization.
    1. LDL
    2. HDL
    3. IDL
    4. VLDL
    5. Apolipoprotien
    1. Macrophages
    2. Endothelium
    3. Neutrophils
    4. Lymphocytes
    5. Monocytes
    1. Phagocytosis of the debri.
    2. Production of Cholesterol.
    3. Oxidation of the LDL.
    4. Stimulate the recruitment of smooth muscles.
    5. Production of the cytokines.
    1. Endothelial cells and macrophages.
    2. Endothelial cells and neutrophils.
    3. Endothelial cells and lymphocytes.
    4. Lymphocytes and neutrophils.
    5. Macrophages and lymphocytes.
    1. Hyperplasia of the endothelium.
    2. Oxidation of LDL.
    3. Formation of the necrotic center.
    4. Formation of foam cells.
    5. Accumulation of the lipoprotiens.

    Author of lecture Atherosclerosis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    Didactically the lesson was excellent.
    By Eduardo C. on 04. December 2016 for Atherosclerosis

    Didactically the lesson was excellent. I have already witnessed atherosclerosis classes, but the priority given to dyslipidemia was exceptional.