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Fig 813 The coronary circulation: A little prince gets crowned
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Fig 814 The myocardium within the heart wall
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blood out of the ventricles during each cardiac cycle (heartbeat) Hence, the coronary circulation is the vital oxygen-supplying lifeline of the cardiac muscle bers Further, it is also the entire human body s critical lifeline! For without the minute-by-minute pumping action of the heart wall, we would soon fall prey to a deadly hypovolemic shock!
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Most unfortunately, the lumens (inner passageways) of the vital coronary arteries are extremely narrow only about as wide as a pencil lead This simple fact makes them highly vulnerable to a total occlusion ( closing up ) The main culprits responsible for coronary artery occlusion are either atheromas (ather-OH-mahs) or thrombi (THRAHM-buy) An atheroma is literally a fatty (ather) tumor (-oma) The atheroma is not really a tumor per se, but rather a tumor-like bulge of fatty plaque (PLAK) The word, plaque, comes from the French and Dutch for at board or plate The principal component of fatty plaques (atheromas) is cholesterol You surely have heard of cholesterol! It is a member of the lipid family of body chemicals, which include the blood fats Cholesterol is synthesized naturally by the liver and plays an important role in stabilizing the plasma membranes of our body cells Cholesterol itself, therefore, is not really the problem Rather, it is hypercholesterolemia (high-per-koh-les-ter-awl-EE-me-ah) that s the problem! Technically speaking, we mean a blood condition of (-emia) excessive (hyper-) cholesterol When there is such an abnormally high level of circulating cholesterol, more of it tends to settle out of the bloodstream and onto the inner walls of the arteries Over time, fatty plaques (atheromas) tend to build up, and the pathology of atherosclerosis (ath-er-oh-skluh-ROH-sis) results [Practice in word translation: Go ahead and try to write the common English translation of atherosclerosis It is quite similar to that for arteriosclerosis!] Eventually, atherosclerosis can become so severe within the coronary arteries that a large piece of atheroma suddenly occludes (closes up) the lumen (Observe Figure 815) Another possible outcome is that a thrombus (THRAMbus) stationary blood clot (thromb) forms at the atheroma-narrowed lumen and blocks it
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As the lumen of the coronary arteries becomes progressively blocked, there is a growing ischemia (is-KEE-me-uh) holding back of blood to the needy myocardium This condition is technically called myocardial
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Excessive blood cholesterol molecules
Clear lumen
Healthy coronary artery
Atheroma forms
Atheroma enlarges
Atherosclerosis and partial occlusion
Fig 815 Atherosclerosis and occlusion of the coronary arteries, as demonstrated in
cross sections of healthy (left) and atheroma-affected (center and right) arteries
(my-oh-KAR-dee-ul) ischemia Such a blood-supply de ciency to the cardiac muscle eventually results in severe symptoms of angina (an-JEYE-nuh) pectoris (PEK-tor-is) This is a feeling of strangling (angin) in the breast or chest (pector) Figure 816 reveals the typical pattern of anginal (AN-jih-nal) pain Such pain is frequently considered a referred type of pain, because it radiates outward from the heart and is referred (experienced) in other body areas
Area of "referred" heart pain
Fig 816 Angina pectoris and its referred pain pattern
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When a person is having a so-called heart attack, it really means that they are experiencing an episode of severe acute myocardial ischemia This is a sudden (acute) de ciency of blood ow (ischemia) to the myocardium that results in severe angina pectoris If the lumens of the coronary arteries are totally or nearly totally occluded, then myocardial necrosis an abnormal condition of heart muscle death may result Another name for myocardial necrosis is myocardial infarction (in-FARK-shun), abbreviated as MI An infarct (INfarkt), in general, is a local area of necrosis or dead tissue present within an organ The tissue necrosis (death) is the result of a blockage or stuf ng up (infarct) of its blood supply The severe acute myocardial ischemia (not the myocardial infarction or MI) is most correctly considered the heart attack This is because the sudden attack upon the heart is one of severe ischemia resulting from blocked coronary arteries In fact, a visible MI on the heart surface may not even form if the person dies immediately! If enough heart muscle dies, then the heart simply stops pumping the blood, and the other organs (like the brain and kidneys) quickly die as well But if the person survives long enough (say, about a week to 10 days), then a visible myocardial infarct will appear as a reddish oval area on the heart wall, which later turns yellowish Eventually, the myocardial infarct is healed by replacement with a patch of dense brous connective tissue This patch is basically a whitish cicatrix (SIK-ah-triks) or scar To summarize the preceding info:
A HEART = AN EPISODE OF (a sudden holding back of blood to the ATTACK SEVERE ACUTE heart muscle is followed by this event) MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA or Patient immediately dies MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (MI) OCCURS (a death or necrosis of heart muscle due to a stuf ng up of its blood supply) MI REPLACED BY A CICATRIX ( SCAR )
Overall, the whole sequence of events leading to heart attack (acute severe myocardial ischemia) is technically called either coronary artery disease (CAD) or coronary heart disease (CHD) The whole series of complex events in CAD/CHD is diagrammed and demysti ed within Figure 817
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