Arteriosclerosis

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Arteriosclerosis is a disorder in which fatty plaques, cholesterol, and lime deposes in the arteries. Consequences of atherosclerosis are Ischemia, Thrombosis, Angina pectoris, Myocardial infarction and stroke. Arteriosclerosis is caused by smallest vascular injury and consequent deposition of fat. This leads to scarring and deposition of calcium salts.