Cholesterol embolization syndrome.

@article{Kronzon2010CholesterolES,
  title={Cholesterol embolization syndrome.},
  author={Itzhak Kronzon and Muhamed Sari{\'c}},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2010},
  volume={122 6},
  pages={
          631-41
        }
}
Pathophysiology of CES is characterized by the following sequence of events: development of an atherosclerotic plaque in a large artery (such as the aorta, the internal carotid or iliac arteries); spontaneous or traumatic (including iatrogenic) plaque rupture; embolization of cholesterol crystals, platelets, fibrin and calcified debris from the plaque; mechanical plugging of small to medium (100–200 mm) arteries; and foreign-body inflammatory response to cholesterol emboli. 
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