There are two Types of Calcium Deposition.
1. Metastatic Calcification: Occurs in condition where there increase in calcium in blood and it spills over and gets deposits in various organs especially skin and heart.
2. Dystrophic Calcification: Its occurs in tissues where there is some injury
. Calcium gets deposited in the injured tissues easily.
in blood vessels, there is essentially cholesterol deposition. This leads to chemical reaction and injury of the vessel wall. Subsequently, calcium deposition occurs. So its dystrophic calcification.
Cholesterol Lowering will reduce the serum cholesterol
They however, will not cause reduction in the calcium which has already got deposited.
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