Egyptian mummies with arterial occlusive

Egyptian mummies with arterial occlusive
 recently, the U.S. - Egypt Joint Study Group and the Museum for 52 off Luoai had CT scans of mummies to the study of ancient diseases. The scans showed nearly half of the mummy there and atherosclerosis-related artery occlusion, the disease can lead to heart attack or stroke.
As a part of the study of ancient disease, an Egyptian mummy identified as not being sent to CT scanners tested. The mummy dates back to the era of 688 BC to 332 BC in between. U.S. - Egypt Joint Study Group 52 off Luoai and museum mummies to a medical scan, which is one of the mummy. The scans showed nearly half of the mummy there and atherosclerosis-related artery occlusion, the disease can lead to heart attack or stroke.
The researchers said that a princess mummy dating back about 3,500 years ago, she is by far the oldest patients with heart disease. Study co-author, University of California, Irvine, professor of cardiology Gregory Thomas said: "If this princess alive today, I would recommend her to lose weight, exercise, and then undergoing heart surgery. She needs to do two bridges. "
 One named as "Delger Hull" (Djeher) male mummy head CT scan, showing the mask below the skull. The man living in the Five Dynasties Ptolemaic Egypt, that is 304 BC to 30 BC. U.S. - Egypt Joint Study Group and the Museum for 52 off Luoai had CT scans of mummies, Delger Hull and an Egyptian mummy is one princess. The princess is by far the oldest patients with heart disease.
 CT scan at the completion of the study of ancient diseases, the staff cover Hadi Ya (Hatiay) mummy sarcophagus, who lived in 1550 BC to 1295 BC, between. The scans showed nearly half of the existence of calcium deposited on the mummy shows that place clogged arteries.
 La Hemu Badr Ibrahim Egyptologist preparations are so one unidentified mummy to accept as CT scans. The mummy dates back to the era of 688 BC to 332 BC in between. Study found that many of the ancient Egyptian nobles with disease, including a petite Egyptian princess.
 In a recent study, researchers in the ancient Egyptian nobility Maihe Po (Maiherpri) mummy sent to CT scanners, feet first entry. He lived in 1550 BC to 1295 BC, between.
 In an interview with CT scan, Maihe Po in the mummy seems to be smiling. Most have been his shroud apart.
This is a sarcophagus in the "Isis" (Isis) Egyptian mummy dating back the 18th dynasty, is prepared to accept the CT scan. Isis mummy is to accept CT scan to the study of ancient diseases, one of 52 Egyptian mummies museums. (Takafumi)

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