Complications of High Cholesterol

Two things happen when cholesterol accumulates in the artery wall: it grows until it obstructs he blood flow and the plaque starts growing and it breaks and a blood clot forms very quickly. Dr. Ian del Conde, Cardiovascular Specialist with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, describes what happens during the process of cholesterol accumulation.

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