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Coronary occlusion /thrombosis

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Coronary occlusion /thrombosis: obstruction or closure decreasing the capacity of the coronary vessels to supply sufficient blood flow; includes the presence of an aggregation of blood factors, primarily fibrin and platelets, (thrombus) in a coronary artery.
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