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Mid lad: 100% stenosis. Distal circumflex: 100% stenosis with collators. All others are good. Would doing CABG helps eliminate hypertension.
What symptoms you feel if mid lad:100% stenosis. Distal circumflex: 100% stenosis. All others are good. What treatment needed. Do you treat with cabg.
My husband is 45 yrs of age .CT coronary angiography reveals significant short segment stenosis In mid circumflex. No stenosis in rest of the arteries?
Possible...: Isolated lesions are possible.......the test only picks macroscopic lesions bigger than crtain size. ...Read more
I am 45 years old .CT coronary angiography reveals short segment stenosis in mid circumflex. No stenosis in the rest of the coronary arteries with LVEF of 51%.how dangerous is this n how can this be treated. Kindly help?
Degree of stenosis?: Is the stenosis in the mid circumflex of mild, moderate, or severe degree? Would you happen to know the TIMI score of that lesion? (It's a rather technical question, so you Cardiologist will know perhaps but you may not). If it is TIMI score of more than 3, causing symptoms or EKG changes, then it can be "reopened" using angioplasty or a stent. Talk to a Cardiologist about it. The EF is little low ...Read more
om1 has ostial lesion(>80% stenosis).om2 got critical stenosis in mid course.rest of LCX is normal.
ur advice stent,medicine?
Cad: Films need to be reviewed with good history and physical along with other diagnostic tests ...Read more
Depends: Lumbar stenosis is typically does not resolve on its own. It usually from hypertrophied ligaments or bones. If, however, stenosis is secondary to a herniated disc, this may resolve on its own. Discs have a fluid-like component which can dessicate over time, and as the disc dries up it lifts pressure off the nerve roots. ...Read more
Non specific term: Stenosis just means a tightening & is generally used to describe a tubular structure. For any specific discussion of treatment we would first need a better description of what you mean, what the stenosis refers to. Please start over & submit a question with more background information.Questions are not linked. ...Read more
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