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The causes of atherosclerosis include hypertension, elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels, smoking, and diabetes, explains Mayo Clinic. The disease can also develop as a result of inflammatory disorders such as ar... More »

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The possible symptoms of atherosclerosis depend on the arteries affected by the disease, but can include angina, shortness of breath, sudden weakness and confusion, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institu... More »

Aortic atherosclerosis is the hardening of the aortic artery that occurs when plaque, a substance made of cholesterol, fats and cellular waste, builds up inside the arteries, partially or completely blocking the flow of ... More »

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Causes of coronary artery atherosclerosis include high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol levels and smoking, according to Mayo Clinic. These causes damage the inner layer of the coronary artery, causing accumula... More »

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People with high triglyceride levels are at a high risk of suffering from a heart attack, stroke and other heart diseases, according to the Mayo Clinic. High triglyceride levels imply an underlying serious health conditi... More »

Some of the causes of pulsatile tinnitus, or pulsing in the ears, include head or neck tumors, atherosclerosis, high blood pressure or turbulent blood flow, according to Mayo Clinic. The malformation of capillaries may a... More »