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What two life threatening conditions can result from a blockage in an artery ?

What two life threatening conditions can result from a blockage in an artery? What two life threatening conditions can result from a blockage in an artery?
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Stroke Pericardial Tamponade Heart Attack If it is a blood clot that is blocking, then PE
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