coronary

[adj] - surrounding like a crown (especially of the blood vessels surrounding the heart)
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Coronary

heart disease, CHD, means any combination of disorders of the heart or heart muscles or blood flows.
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Coronary

means the blood vessels, nerves and ligaments surrounding a heart.
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Coronary

Relating to the blood vessels that supply the cardiac muscle of the heart wall (from their 'crown' like arrangement around the heart).
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Coronary

To do with the arteries that surround and supply the heart
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Coronary

describes structures that encircle another structure (such as the coronary arteries, which circle the heart); commonly used to refer to a coronary thrombosis or a heart attack
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Coronary

Cor'o·na·ry adjective [ Latin coronarius : confer French coronaire .] 1. Of or pertaining to a crown; forming, or adapted to form, a crown or garland. ' Coronary thorns.' Bp. Pearson. « The catalogue of coronary plants is not large in Theophrastus.
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Coronary

Cor'o·na·ry noun A small bone in the foot of a horse.
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coronary

<anatomy, cardiology> A term applied to vessels, nerves, ligaments, etc. The term usually denotes the arteries that supply the heart muscle and, by extension, a pathologic involvement of them. ... Origin: L. Corona, Gr. Koron = encircling in the manner of a crown ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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coronary

adjective surrounding like a crown (especially of the blood vessels surrounding the heart); `coronary arteries`
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coronary

(kor´ә-nar″e) encircling in the manner of a crown; said of anatomical structures such as vessels, ligaments, or nerves.
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Coronary

• (n.) A small bone in the foot of a horse. • (n.) Informal shortening of coronary thrombosis, also used generally to mean heart attack. • (a.) Resembling, or situated like, a crown or circlet; as, the coronary arteries and veins of the heart. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a crown; forming, or adapted to form, a crown or garland.Co...
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coronary

(L. corona; Gr. koron) encircling in the manner of a crown; a term applied to vessels; nerves, ligaments, etc. The term usually denotes the arteries that supply the heart muscle and, by extension, a pathologic involvement of them.
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coronary

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōr′o-nār-ē Definitions: 1. Relating to or resembling a crown. 2. denoting various anatomic structures, nerves, blood vessels, ligaments. 3. Specifically, denoting the coronary blood vessels of the heart and, colloquially, coronary thrombosis.
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coronary

adjective, Latin = crown, hence, encircling like a crown.
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