Artery Artherosclerosis With Cholesterol Deposits 4 Part
Artery 4-stage Cross-Section of an Artery demonstrating Atherosclerosis in which the narrowing of the Artery is due to a build up of Fatty Tissue (Cholesterol) and Plaque. 4-stages: normal Artery, Fatty Streak, Fibrous Plaque, and Blockage. The stages cause a decrease in Blood Flow, which can lead to a Blood Clot or Thrombus. All stages rotate on hinge pin. Size: 2" x 1" x 4"
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