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Question by  haris (11)

What can cause pain in my arteriosclerosis neck muscle?

I am having arteriosclerosis neck pain.


Answer by  soapjunkie (581)

Arteriosclerosis is a condition or disease where plaque builds up over time in the arteries. It has no correlation with neck muscle pain, though, in some cases blocked arteries can present with possible symptoms of neck pain. Contact your doctor or cardiologist to schedule a CAT scan or carotid doppler.


Answer by  holdengal (693)

Arteriosclerosis is a disease characterized by hardening of the arteries. You don't have an "arteriosclerosis neck muscle. " If you have pain in your neck artery and believe you have this disease, you should see a cardiologist as this is a very serious disease.


Answer by  benjiross (993)

There is no arteriosclerosis muscle in the neck - only the sternocleidomastoid. Arteriosclerosis is a condition where small arteries are thickened and clogged. Recheck what the doctor said.

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