It is a rare, but potentially deadly condition known as arteriosclerotic plaques.
It is the result of a buildup of plaque inside the arteries, which can cause problems when blood flow is reduced.
The condition can cause serious health problems.
A team of researchers has discovered that injecting ice and a cocktail of drugs can prevent this condition.
Ice injection The research team was looking at a drug called icoronavir, which is used to treat viral infections and other infections.
It has been approved for the treatment of several chronic conditions, including atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes.
The drug is used mainly to treat infections and some viral diseases.
The researchers injected a cocktail containing icorampicin, the main ingredient of icoriximab, and diclofenac, a steroid.
A drug cocktail to treat arteriosclerosis The drugs stopped the plaque from forming.
It then became a thick, clumpy, and white mass that became trapped between the artery walls.
It then spread throughout the body, which caused blood clots to form.
It can lead to heart attacks and strokes.
The researchers injected the drugs into a group of rats.
The drugs also reduced the amount of plaque in the rats’ arteries.
They found that icoracin and dichlorvos are particularly effective against the problem.
They say the drug could be useful in treating arterioslave plaques in people who have had arteriosliptions.
The research was published in the journal Nature Medicine.
Anterior jugul vein The scientists say the drugs are especially effective at stopping the growth of plaque and preventing it from clogging the artery.
The scientists also found that the drugs reduced the flow of blood to the arteries and prevented a buildup in the arteries.
They hope the drugs will be used to prevent the development of the condition in older people and other vulnerable groups.