Features September 2014 Issue

Research Shows Non-obstructive CAD Poses Serious Heart Attack Risks

This type of coronary artery disease is especially common in the smaller vessels supplying blood to the heart. Itís also more difficult to diagnose.

When we think of coronary artery disease (CAD), we tend to think of plaque buildup in the blood vessels in the heart and blocked blood flow. And we know that blockage in the coronary arteries can lead to a heart attack.

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