Artery

 

Arteries take blood away from the heart in order to perfuse organs. They can easily be diseased in the common condition of atherosclerosis with tell tale chemical signs as follows

 

Blood lipids

Cholesterol

Cholesterol (total)
(
serum)

Cholesterol, esters
(
serum)

 

Lipids and Triglycerides

Lipids, cholesterol
(
serum)

Lipids, fatty acids
(
serum)

Lipids, neutral fat
(
serum)

Lipids, phospholipids
(
serum)

Lipids, total
(
serum)

Lipids, triglycerides
(
serum)

 

Low density lipoprotein

Lipoprotein electrophoresis
 

 

 

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Chemical pathology of blood


Artery and vein explanatory video

 

 

 

 

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