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My father is 73 and has done an angiogram and been advised to undergo bypass
The angiogram results are as mentioned
LMCA : Normal
LAD     : Occluded at mid part with distal filling from hetero collaterals
Diagnosis : D1-Small calibre, diseased
Intermediate : 3mm vessel , has proximal 90% stenosis
LCX   : Non-dominant, Proximal LCx normal. Distal occluded with retrograde filling from collaterals
Marginals : OM1-Occluded proximally. Seen filling distally from hetero collaterals.
RCA : proximal and mid RCA diffusely diseased with maximum of 80% and occluded distally. Distal filling through homo and hetero collaterals.
PDA/PLV : Seen filling through collaterals from left system.
LV : Not done.
Final diagnosis : Three vessel disease
Recommendations: CABG/Culprit PTCA
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5536886 tn?1455830946
Hi!  Are you checking to see if the test results indicate that a bi-pass is needed?  Are you worried about the bi-pass surgery?  
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