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can a dilated artery regress?
Please would you be able to help. My 10 year old daughter was recently diagnosed as having had kawasaki disease after the incidental discovery of a dilated left coronary aretery. The dilation is 5mm. Please could anyone tell us what the chances are of this artery regressing? Is it possible that this artery could dilate further and if it does what action is the cardiologist likely to take. Thanks so much.

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You might want to ask this question on the Pediatric heart forum where a pediatric cadiologist will answer your question.
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