coronary heart disease

German: koronare Herzkrankheit
Japanese: 冠動脈性心疾患

Cardiology. A chronic heart disease in which the coronary arteries narrow from an accumulation of plaque (atherosclerosis) and cause a decrease of the blood flow in the myocardium. Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in industrial nations for men and women.

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