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What does this heart examination report indicate?

hi, can you explain me what this report says? IMPRESSIONS: Not optimal quality investigation, due to breathing motion artifacts during the examination. The total Agatston calcium score is 11. Right dominant coronary artery system. RCA is open. Open RV, PL branches. The PDA and small continuation in AV-groove are open. Left: Mainstem free of disease. LAD atheromatous, with small calcified plaque at origin, with minimal stenosis at origin, and with one open D branch. Thin Intermediate branch is present, open. Cx free of disease.
Sat, 1 Jun 2019
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The CT angiography report shows mild blockage in one of the arteries (LAD) with a non-significant disease in other vessels.
The coronary calcium score is also low (11).
So if you have symptoms like chest heaviness on exercise or exertion you will need further testing by invasive angiography otherwise it is fine.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Dr. Sameer Maheshwari, Cardiologist
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