Atherosclerotic heart disease is defined as an occlusion or blockage due to a buildup of plaque in the arteries which supply blood to the heart muscle.
Several myocardial revascularisation procedures are available to relieve the symptoms of atherosclerotic heart disease.
The first six months after a heart attack is a particularly high-risk period for SCD in patients who have atherosclerotic heart disease
This study was part of a larger study of the relationship of glycosylated hemoglobin to risk factors for atherosclerotic heart disease.
This figure is in the range reported by the Endocrine Science group for patients with type II diabetes,  suggesting that these subjects have average plasma glucose levels that are high enough to place them at risk for the same complications as those with well-controlled diabetes, including atherosclerotic heart disease.
The guidelines place excessive emphasis on LDL lowering as the chief answer to the atherosclerotic heart disease
However, if we change our life style we can prevent atherosclerotic heart diseases