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Pasterkamp C, Falk E  
Atherosclerotic plaque rupture: an overview

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2000; 3 (2): 81-86

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Plaqueverteilung und Thrombose
Figure 1A-B: Plaque disruption and thrombosis. A. A stenotic coronary plaque containing a huge atheromatous core that is separated from the vascular lumen by a very thin cap of fibrous tissue, ie, a "vulnerable plaque". The fibrous cap is disrupted with superimposed nonocclusive luminal thrombosis. B. Higher magnification of the plaque-thrombus interface. The fibrous cap is very thin (between arrows) and heavily infiltrated by foam cells (fc), probably of macrophage origin. C: contrast medium injected post mortem; T: thrombus


Keywords: atherosclerosisAtheroskleroseHistologisches PräparathistologyPlaqueplaque rupturePlaquerupturThrombusThrombus
 
 
 
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