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Coronary Artery Disease

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Arterial blockage from built-up plaque causes coronary artery disease (CAD), a potentially fatal condition. Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute treats coronary artery disease many other arterial and venous conditions treated every day. Our Vascular Center of Excellence physicians incorporate new technologies into treatment plans to offer optimal outcomes, shorter hospital stays and faster recoveries. 

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Coronary arteries carry blood to and from the heart. Over time, a waxy substance called plaque can accumulate on the walls of these arteries. Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances. Coronary artery disease occurs when the plaque has built up to the point of narrowing the arteries and restricting the flow of blood. A completely blocked artery can cause a heart attack, which may be fatal. Treatments for coronary artery disease range from medical management to surgery. 

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