I Was Told I Have A Myocardial Bridge. What Does That Mean And Is It Important?

Question: I was told I have a myocardial bridge. What does that mean and is it important?Answer: A myocardial bridge is a situation where a blood vessel that delivers blood to the heart actually goes through muscle.Now, you have to envision what the heart usually looks like. It's a muscle that's squeezing, and the big vessels -- the sort of hoses that are providing the blood to the heart -- are going across the top of the heart, and then it's feeding the smaller vessels, which then can...Full Story
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