Hi my father recently had an angiogram and the results are below,
LMS - unobstructed
LAD - Sub-total occlusion in proximal vessel
Cx - large dominant vessel, atheromatous but not flow limiting disease
RCA - Sub0total proximal occlusion, with further distal occlusion, PDA filled with collaterals from left
Please would some explain what this means, the doctor have said to go for a bypass or angioploasty, my father has no symptoms, not chest pain and walks quite a lot with no breathlessness or pain. can he rely on collaterals. he's on various tablets at the moment.
Please would someone shed some light.
Thank you in advance