My father is a patient of 68 years old. His Coronary Angiogram Report is given below:-
LMCA : Free of disease.
LAD : Totally Occluded from mid segment. Gretting retrograde filling from right system.
LCX: Good size vessel and having mild stenosis at mid segment and distal OM1.
RCA: Dominant, good size vessel & free of disease.
LIMA: Free of disease.
Comment: Single vessel disease.
Recommendation : Revascularization.
LA: Normal. LA Appendage clear.
LV: Normal Dimension. Distal IVS & apex thin. echogenic and markedly hypokinetic.
VALVES: Normal Morphology
Pericurdium: No pericardial effusion. thrombus or vegetation seen.
absolutely not.He could have an FFR angiogram on his left circumflex vessel if he has symptoms of angina. I had a rise in troponin and yet no new blockages were visible, so FFR was used. 2 stents later I felt fine.
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