Ostial disease

What is Ostial disease?

Ostial disease, namely coronary ostial stenosis, is the occlusion of coronary ostium. Causing factors include atherosclerosis, syphilis, Kawasaki disease, and Takayasu's arteritis, etc.

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BLOOD SUPPLY TO MY HEART IS LESS. MY CHOLESTROL 180,HDL 45 LDL 120 I AM BP PATIENT FOR 28 YRS UNDER CONTROL 130/85 AGE 58 MALE
I DID TMT FAIR...

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I am happy that you have undergone these tests. 70% blockage definitely requires treatment with the drugs...

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I am 54 + , from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX , my coronary angiogram report say: LMCA Normal, LAD: good caliber veseel , there is mild plaque in mid LAD...

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stent to PDA after viability studies and medical management for other lesio

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Had an angiogram what does this mean
LAD WITH MINOR IRREGULARITIES PROIXAMLLY
RCA WITH MILD OSTIAL DISEASE WITH NO FLOW OBSTRUCTION
HAD NORMAL...

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Atherosclerosis of coronary arteries...

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I have gone through the coronarography report and everything seemed to...

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I am 54 + , from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX , my coronary angiogram report say: LMCA Normal, LAD: good caliber veseel , there is mild plaque in mid LAD...

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Had an angiogram what does this mean LAD WITH MINOR IRREGULARITIES PROIXAMLLY RCA WITH MILD OSTIAL DISEASE WITH NO FLOW OBSTRUCTION HAD NORMAL...

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BLOOD SUPPLY TO MY HEART IS LESS. MY CHOLESTROL 180, HDL 45 LDL 120 I AM BP PATIENT FOR 28 YRS UNDER CONTROL 130/85 AGE 58 MALE I DID TMT FAIR...

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