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I just had a CT Heart Coronary Arteries Angio w IV Contrast, and I received the results today. I am pleased that it showed normal coronary arteries and no coronary artery calcium; however, I am extremely ...

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My recent chest CT showed There are mild coronary artery calcifications. There is a small amount of pericardial fluid anteriorly. Is there anything that is a major concern? Is there a way to alleviate ...

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A cat scan for the lungs revealed atherosclerosis of the great vessels , aorta and coronary arteries. Aorta and pulmonary arteries are normal in caliber. Heart and and pericardium are within normal ...

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I have recently done a CT of the heart with attention to the coronary arteries. The test was performed by a Siemens HeartView CT. The total number of coronary calcifications has shown as 1653 ...

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coronary artery calcifications. There is a small amount of pericardial fluid anteriorly. Is there anything ...

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I recently had a CT coronary angio as there was some issue with the treadmill ECG during a routine medical for diabetes and Hypertension. The impression given by CT angio is 99% stenosis of proximal ...

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Hi my name is Margie. I have a C.T and it said that there is however moderate atherosclerotic disease note predominantly involving the coronary arteries but also the aorta. What do this mean I have ...

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Hi there I m 53 I ve smoked for over 30 , I ve just had a ct scan done and has come up with a couple of things could you please give me your advise on these there is mild coronary atery calcification ...

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I just had a CT scan of the thorax . I got this today. I don t have a doctor because I lost my ... in caliber, although multifocal calcified plaque is identified in the thoracic aorta and coronary arteries ...

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Hello, I had a CT Scan Artery, Left main artery, left anterior artery and left circumflex artery all 10-25 percent blockage. The right coronary artery borders on 70 percent stenosis. the middle ...

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1. No visualized pulmonary thromboembolism, thoracic aortic dissection or aneurysm. 2. There are coronary artery calcifications. 3. Soft tissue density in the anterior mediastinum similar to prior, may ...

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my city scan says there is calsification seen in the abdominal aorta and visualized coronary artery. Included sections of the chest reveal a small calcific density in the left anterior serratus muscle ...

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ALL CAME BACK NEGATIVE. I HAD A CT CHEST W/O CON ON 10/27/214, AND REVEALED CORONARY ARTERIAL CALCIFICATIONS MOST PRONOUNED IN THE lad, CONSISTENT W ITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE. SHOULD I BE WORRIED. IN JULY ...

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My husband had a ct of his chest and found there is calcified plaque within the thoracicaorta, proximal great vessels and coronary arteries, with ectasia of the ascending aorta to a diameter of 3.9 cm ...

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My doctor sent me in for a CT scan on my lungs. She wanted to know if I had nodules on them. I went ... and nerves enter. I also had a echo cardiogram. They say I have atoric stenosis. please explain this to me ...

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Please clarify your question madam. Take care and wish you good health.

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It is cor0nary angiography by Ct scan. i.e. it is like x-ray and ct scan-noninvasive.

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