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Heart Attack Animation

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Etiology of a Heart Attack Animation

This animation is part of a larger series created for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Health Topics Website, a patient education website focused on heart, lung, and blood diseases and common diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. The objective was to create clear concise illustrations and animations that give patients and their families a fundamental understanding of the disease and what it affects within their body.

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Etiology of a Heart Attack Animation – Coronary Artery With Atherosclerotic Plaque (Still Image)

A coronary artery is shown with a developing atherosclerotic plaque.

This animation is part of a larger series created for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Health Topics Website, a patient education website focused on heart, lung, and blood diseases and common diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. The objective was to create clear concise illustrations and animations that give patients and their families a fundamental understanding of the disease and what it affects within their body.

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Etiology of a Heart Attack Animation – Atherosclerotic Plaque and Thrombus (Still Image)

Atherosclerotic plaque bursts, causing a thrombus to develop, completely blocking the coronary artery, causing the heart attack (myocardial infarction).

This animation is part of a larger series created for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Health Topics Website, a patient education website focused on heart, lung, and blood diseases and common diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. The objective was to create clear concise illustrations and animations that give patients and their families a fundamental understanding of the disease and what it affects within their body.