Harvard Heart Letter

Clogged arteries in the gut?

Known as intestinal angina, this rare but serious condition causes severe belly pain after eating. Cholesterol-filled plaque and clots can lurk in blood vessels throughout the body. While the arteries that supply the heart are by far the most common hiding place, arteries elsewhere in the body can also become severely narrowed by plaque. …

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