EE Chapter 04 Cardiovascular System Q&A (1 OF 34) Sample Questions
1. Which of the following cardiovascular disease is least commonly associated with atherosclerotic plaques?
- A. Angina
- B. Myocardial infarction
- C. Congestive heart failure
- D. Ischemic stroke
- E. Raynaud's phenomenon
Tips: Raynaud’s phenomenon is due to vascular constriction in limbs.
Atherosclerosis leads to formation of plaques and facilitate blood clot formation. The most common conditions associated with atherosclerosis are angina, myocardial infarction, deep vein thrombosis and stroke. However Raynaud’s phenomenon is a peripheral vascular disease occurs due to vascular constriction in limbs.
If stable plaque than commonly cause angina, if plaque is ruptured than cause inflammation can lead to MI.