Inferolateral Ischemia?

Answer

Inferolateral Ischemia is a condition that occurs when oxygen and blood flow to the lateral side of the heart has significantly decreased. This could happen for a number of reasons, including different diseases or disorders. This can be a very serious condition, and anyone experiencing symptoms that indicate that blood flow and oxygen to the heart has been reduced will need to visit a doctor immediately to have the problem diagnosed, as well as going forward with any treatment options.
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