What happens to the cells in coronary heart disease?
Cardiovascular Disease causes irreversible damage to cardiomyocytes, or heart muscle cells. This loss sets off a chain reaction of negative events, including the formation of scar tissue, an overload of blood flow and pressure capacity, and the overstretching of viable cardiac cells, which leads to heart failure.
– Dr. Abhay Jain– Best Cardiac Surgeon in Mumbai
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