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1/23/21
Ateriosklerose - Medical Animation
 
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Ateriosklerose - Medical Animation
Diese kommentierte medizinische 3D-Animation schildert die Entwicklung eines Herzinfarkts aufgrund einer blockierten Koronararterie, der infolge von Atherosklerose, einer chronischen Entzündung der Blutgefäße, entsteht. Die Animation beschreibt die Beschädigung der Arterieninnenwand und zeigt, wie eine weiße Blutzelle in die Arterienwand eindringt und dort zu einem Makrophagen wird, der Cholesterin sammelt und verdaut. Dabei verwandelt sich die Zelle in eine Schaumzelle, die in der Blutgefäßwand zur Bildung von Plaque führt. Im Laufe der Jahre sammelt sich soviel Plaque an, dass die Gefäßwand zerreißt und die Plaque in den Blutstrom abgibt. Dadurch kommt es schließlich zu einer Blockade des linken vorderen absteigenden Arterienasts (LAD), der die linke Herzkammer versorgt. Die Animation endet mit einer Außenansicht des Herzens, in der eine dunkle Fläche das abgestorbene Gewebe der Ventrikelwand anzeigt.

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