A) result from loss of oxygen to the cerebrum.
B) are rarely life-threatening.
C) are also called heart attacks.
D) serve as a possible signal of heart disease.
This disorder is characterized by a reduction of oxygen to the heart,crushing chest pain,and difficulty in breathing,but no loss of consciousness or damage to the myocardium.
C) myocardial infarction
D) angina pectoris
Restriction of blood flow and oxygen to the cerebrum results in:
A) an embolism.
B) angina pectoris.
C) a myocardial infarction.
D) a stroke.
Ischemic stroke occurs when:
A) a blood vessel bursts inside the brain.
B) a clot blocks the flow of blood to an area of the brain.
C) a weak spot in an artery balloons out.
D) arteries that supply the heart are narrowed with plaques.