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Angiogram showed blockages in heart. Old aged, to be cured without surgery. Possible?

Hi I am from Bangladesh. Three days before angiogram has done of my sister in law and found 4 main Artery blockage in his heart . He is old enough and dose not want to do bypass though doctors recommended. He feel to be cured without surgery but don t know how to. Please suggest what he has to do and renowned reliable hospital and doctors which is located in any country and tell how he can contact with them.......
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
You must understand that Coronary Angiography is Gold standard in detecting arteries blockages and as your angiography shows multiple (4) lesion it is not clear how critical the lesions are and is she is having angina or not.
If she is having angina and taking optimal medical therapy such revascularization is treatment of choice.
I think she should consult good cardiac surgeon, and if it is required she should under go such surgery.
If she is absolutely against surgery then rest or restricted activity with optimal medical therapy is other option, there are few other alternative like, Enhanced External Counter pulsation (EECP).
other procedures and way of treatment do not have scientific basis so we can not comment on them.
One should not risk his/her life.
Take care
Good Luck.
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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