coronaritis


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cor·o·na·ri·tis

(kōr'ō-nă-rī'tis),
Inflammation of coronary artery or arteries.
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cor·o·na·ri·tis

(kōr'ŏ-nă-rī'tis)
Inflammation of coronary artery or arteries.
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The rare causes of coronary artery occlusion are also a massive hemorrhage at the base of the atherosclerotic plaque and the blood clot formation in an artery, not changed due to arteriosclerosis, but as a result of inflammatory lesions (thromboangitis, rheumatic coronaritis, and the like) or trauma (e.g., after the selective coronary angiography) [11].
The exclusion criteria were (1) age < 40 or >85 years, (2) other cardiac origins (aortic valve stenosis or insufficiency, aortic dissection, acute pericarditis, rheumatic coronaritis, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, syphilitic aortic regurgitation and cardioneurosis) and noncardiac (respiratory, gastrointestinal, or musculoskeletal) chest pain, (3) severe liver and/or kidney failure, and (4) a history of or newly diagnosed autoimmune disease or thyroid disorder.