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Done Angiogram, found extra artery in back of heart. Complication arising due to this?

i had an angiogeam yesterday do to a blockage that was seen on a stress test....when thr doc got to my heart and put the dye in he found an extra artery in the back of my heart...he said i have a realy big heart (not enlarged) and it is exstermly healthy what complications could arise from the extea artery do to it slowing the blood flow down....
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Hi , Welcome to HCM ,
extra artery per se will nor cause any major issue in future as far as artery is normal ,
blockage in artery cause problem in future ,
so do not panic ,
stay relax ,
adopt healthy life style ,
stay away from any addiction ,
take your medicine regularly ,
as underwent angiogram recently take enough water ,
be regular in follow up visit with your cardiologist ,
take care
Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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