انا طالبه جديده في الطب ومرررررررره ضايعه مو عارفه كيف ازاكر ولا احفظ
وعندي بريسنتيشن لازم اقدموا التلووووووت ولازم تكون الامراض مكتوبه بالمصطلحات الطبيه
فااحتاج مساعدتكم بليييييييييييييييز
انا عندي الموضوع بس احتاج احد يعدل الامراض للمصطلحات الطبيه ولو شاف شيئ غلط يعدلي هوا او لو شاف شيئ ما يحتاج اقولوا في البريسنتيشن يقولي بلييييز
Endarterectomy is the general term for the surgical removal of plaque from an artery that has become narrowed or blocked. a sticky substance called plaque can build up in the walls of your arteries. Cholesterol, calcium, and fibrous tissue make up the plaque.
To perform an endarterectomy, we makes an incision in the affected artery and removes the plaque contained in the artery's inner lining. This procedure leaves a wide-open artery and restores blood flow.
Your physician may recommend endarterectomy to treat one or more of the following:
•Peripheral arterial disease, such as leg or arm artery disease
•Renal (kidney) artery disease
•Aortoiliac occlusive disease
Am I a candidate for endarterectomy?
You may not be a candidate for an endarterectomy if you have one or more of the following:
•High blood pressure that has not been controlled by lifestyle changes or medications
•A heart attack in the previous 6 months
•Congestive heart failure
•Signs of progressive brain disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease
What can I do to stay healthy?
Although a carotid endarterectomy may reduce your risk of stroke, it does not stop plaque from building up. To prevent hardening of the arteries from occurring again in the carotid or other locations, you should consider the following lifestyle changes:
•Eat more foods low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories
•Exercise regularly, especially aerobic exercises such as walking
•Maintain your ideal body weight
•Monitor your blood cholesterol and fat levels under the direction of your physician who may advocate treatment with certain medications such as statins or anti-platelet agents