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Artery blocks shown in the angiography - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I want to know about some cardiology related answers
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User :   My father is 60 years old and he is diabetic
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User :   2 days back its identified that he is got 3 blocks in artilleries
User :   we have done the angiogram
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Doctor :   Was he having chest pain?
User :   Left Anterior Descending Artery â?? 2.5mm Vessel Mid Left Anterior Descending Artery has 70-80% Lelsion. Left Circumflex Artery â?? Non â?? Dominant System. Normal Right Coronary Artery - Dominant System, Proximal Right Coronary Artery has 70% Lesion. Distal Right Coronary Artery Has 90% Lesion.
User :   he didnt have any pain
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Doctor :   was it advised for surgery?
Doctor :   it has some major blocks
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Doctor :   he amount of impairment or damage caused by stenosis obstructing a coronary artery depends on how much of the myocardium the vessel supplies, the severity of the stenosis and any superimposed spasm, the level of demand in the tissue it supplies, and the condition of the tissue it supplies.
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