Atherosclerosis is a disease affecting blood vessels called arteries. Fatty material called plaque builds up within the inner lining of arteries causing them to narrow and be less flexible. This reduces the amount of blood and oxygen that is delivered to vital organs. Atherosclerosis can occur anywhere in your body, but it is especially dangerous when it affects the arteries leading to your brain, heart, kidneys and legs.
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