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coronary collateral vascularization


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Formation of new arteries in the heart. Coronary collateral vascularization has been demonstrated in dogs: the size and number of arteries increases as a result of exercise, but evidence for exercise-induced coronary collateral vascularization in humans is inconclusive.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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