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Coronary angiography revealed 100% blockage. What is tthe prognosis?
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Dr. Francis Kempf
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Depends on location
A 100% blockage means that a vessel is totally occluded.
It means that (usually) there is atherosclerosis. The effect to the person who has a 100% blockage is highly variable. The insult to the heart may be a full blown heart attack to absolutely no symptoms and no damage depending on the size, location, and presence or absence of collateral blood vessels.

In brief: Depends on location
A 100% blockage means that a vessel is totally occluded.
It means that (usually) there is atherosclerosis. The effect to the person who has a 100% blockage is highly variable. The insult to the heart may be a full blown heart attack to absolutely no symptoms and no damage depending on the size, location, and presence or absence of collateral blood vessels.
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