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How atherosclerosis causes stroke?

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Atherosclerosis, which is also referred to as hardening of the arteries, is a health problem that involves building-up of fatty substances within the blood arteries, which, if not treated, gradually lead to stroke and cardiovascular diseases. As noted by Banerjee and Chimowitz (2017), atherosclerosis is a complex but slow illness that begins at an early age and progressively develop with age....

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