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Had angiography for artery blockage. Not on medication. Any advice?

my mother has undergone angiography in 07/2005 she was having a blockage of 70% in one artry rest two were normal,

now she was undergone for the same angiography in 03/2013 the artriey having 70% blockage is normal and rest 1 artry is normal another one artries is having 20% blockage

is it feasiable ?
she has not taken any medicine for the same nor gone through angioplasty

angio test were ferfomed in escort hospital delhi both times

is the test are o.k

Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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some degree of regression of atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries can occur.
according to literature and scientific studies , it is not possible that 70 % blockage has regressed to normal without medicine or angioplasty.
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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