A Review paper of overlapping stenosis in artery
Keywords:Artery, Stenosis, overlapping, growth
Blood diseases are considered one of the most common diseases in the world for humans, which occurs as a result of abnormal growth on the artery wall, which leads to strokes and heart attacks, given that the artery is a tube. There are many types of narrowing of the arteries that can be described mathematically. In this research, we will explain again considering the overlapping stenosis of the artery and describing it mathematically.
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