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Atherosclerotic plaque

Introduction: Atherosclerotic plaque

Description of Atherosclerotic plaque

Atherosclerotic plaque: yellowish plaques containing cholesterol, lipoid material, and lipophages formed within the intima and inner media of large and medium-sized arteries in atherosclerosis.
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