Coronary Artery Disease is the disease that affects the coronary arteries and typically in a chronic or acute ischemic event. The resulting heart problems (such as angina and myocardial infarction) are recognized as Coronary Heart Diseases (CHD). CAD and CHD are the most common problems in adults and the leading cause of death in the US.
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