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1/23/21
アテローム性動脈硬化症 - Medical Animation
 
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アテローム性動脈硬化症 - Medical Animation
このナレショーン付きの3Dメディカルアニメーションは、血管の慢性的炎症である、アテローム性動脈硬化症のために、冠動脈が遮断されて起きた心臓発作、つまり心筋梗塞の実体を描いています。このアニメーションは、内皮動脈壁への損傷に始まり、動脈壁に入る白血球がどうやって、コレステロールを取り込んで消化し、マクロファージに分化するかを示します。白血球がその作業を行うとき、泡末細胞に変換し、その泡末細胞が残念ながら血管壁内でプラークの一部となります。最終的にそのプラークは、数年間にわたり成長し血管壁を破り、血流に漏れ出し、結果、左心室に続く冠動脈左前下行枝を、LADと略していますが、遮断します。アニメーションの最後は、外側からみた心臓ですが、心臓の黒い部分は心室壁の壊死を表しています。

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