insufficient blook flow to part of the heart
Deficient blood flow to part of the heart muscle.
decreased blood flow to the heart caused by constriction or obstruction of an artery
Oxygen deprivation of the heart muscle caused by a blockage in the blood vessels serving a particular region of the heart.
A deficiency of oxygen-rich blood flow to part of the heart muscle.
A condition in which oxygen delivery to and waste removal from the myocardium falls below normal levels with oxygen demand exceeding supply. As a consequence, the metabolic machinery of myocardial cells is impaired leading to various degrees of systolic (contractile) and diastolic (relaxation) dysfunction. Ischemia is usually diagnosed indirectly through techniques that demonstrate reduced myocardial blood flow or its consequences on contracting myocardium.
insufficient blood flow to part of the heart.
Insufficient blood in the heart muscle.
ischemia (oxygen deficiency) to the heart muscle.
Lack of blood in the heart muscle.
A condition caused by an insufficient flow of blood to the heart.
lack of oxygen to the middle layer of cells that form the bulk of the heart wall.
Condition in which oxygen demand exceeding supply such that oxygen delivery to and waste removal from the myocardium falls below normal levels.