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Aterosclerosi - Medical Animation
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Aterosclerosi - Medical Animation
Questa animazione medicale tridimensionale narrata illustra la storia di un infarto (del miocardio) da un\'arteria coronarica bloccata dovuta ad aterosclerosi, che consiste nell\'infiammazione cronica dei vasi sanguigni. Partendo dal danno alla parete arteriosa endoteliale, l\'animazione mostra come un leucocito che entra nella parete dell\'arteria si differenzia (si trasforma) in un macrofago, afferrando e digerendo colesterolo. rnrnMentre la cellula lavora, questa si trasforma in una cellula schiumosa, che, purtroppo, diventa parte della placca nella parete del vaso sanguigno. Infine, per un periodo di anni, la placca cresce e rompe la parete del vaso sanguigno, versandosi nel flusso sanguigno e successivamente bloccando l\'arteria coronarica discendente anteriore (LAD) sinistra che alimenta il ventricolo sinistro. rnrnL\'animazione termina mostrando una visuale esterna del cuore con l\'area scura che rappresenta la morte della parete ventricolare.

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New York, NY

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Silverman Bernheim & Vogel, P.C.
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