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right correct me if im wrong is heart disease when the coronary artery gets restricted and that means o2 and nutrients cannot reach heart muscles and they cannot carry out their functions properly as they lack energy and that leads to things like angina and even a heart attack am I right?
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right correct me if im wrong is heart disease when the coronary artery gets restricted and that means o2 and nutrients cannot reach heart muscles and they cannot carry out their functions properly as they lack energy and that leads to things like angina and even a heart attack am I right?
That's a definition for ischaemic heart disease yes. Would be worth looking into the pathological processes underlying IHD i.e. plaque formation, atherosclerosis etc - that way you'll have a fuller understanding.

The question in your title is exceptionally broad!
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