Coronary Artery Disease Clinic

At the Mayo Clinic Healthcare Coronary Artery Disease Clinic, our expert cardiologists collaborate with specialists in heart disease surgery, imaging and other specialties to provide you with coordinated, comprehensive care.

Our specialists will take the time to accurately assess your condition and develop a risk assessment and treatment plan for you based on your individualised needs.

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What is coronary artery disease?

Coronary artery disease develops when the major vessels that supply blood to your heart become narrowed or blocked. It's usually caused by plaques building up in your coronary arteries and by inflammation, which narrow the arteries and reduce blood flow.

Coronary artery disease can slowly develop over decades. That means signs and symptoms often aren't noticed until there's a significant blockage or a heart attack. Symptoms of coronary artery disease include chest pain, shortness of breath and heart attack.

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