Myocardial ischemia occurs when blood flow to your heart is lowered, preventing the heart muscle from receiving adequate oxygen. The lowered blood flow is usually the result of a total or partial clog of your heart's arteries. A sudden, severe obstruction of among the heart's artery can lead to a heart attack. Myocardial ischemia might additionally cause significant abnormal heart rhythms. Treatment for myocardial ischemia entails enhancing blood circulation to the heart muscle. Some people that have myocardial ischemia do not have any signs or symptoms.
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