Hollenhorst plaque is made of ? a) Calcium b) Fibrin c) Bacteria d) Cholesterol?

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Correct answer is option D - Cholesterol A�Hollenhorst plaque�is an embolus formed from cholesterol deposition that typically originates from the ipsilateral carotid artery. They appear as refractile, crystal-like emboli and usually are lodged at arteriole bifurcations.

Ans : D ( Cholesterol).

Cholesterol

D. Cholesterol. A Hollenhorst plaque is an embolus formed from cholesterol deposition that typically originates from the ipsilateral carotid artery. They appear as refractile, crystal-like emboli and usually are lodged at arteriole bifurcations.

Ans.D)CHOLESTEROL Hollenhorst plaques tend to originate from carotid arteries or the aorta.  Hollenhorst plaques make up the majority of the retinal emboli.

Answer is D: Cholesterol

D) Cholesterol

D CHOLESTEROL

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