What Is Lcx Non-dominant Vessel With100% Obstruction In The Mid Segment While Lmca, Lad,rcabranches,pda And Plv Are Normal

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My angiogram taken 6 months ago says LMCA :Left main is Normal LAD : LAD is a type III vessel with luminal irregularities wthout any critial Stenosis . Otherwise LAD diagonals and septal perforators are Normal . LCX : LCX is anamotically non-dominant vessel with 100% obstruction in the mid segment . RCA : RCA is anatomically dominant vessel . RCA branches, PDA and PLV are Normal. My cardilogist given me ECOSPRIN AV 75 singledose a day. Please tell me about my present Heart condition.



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Verwon Says:

It means it isn't a major blood vessel to affect the function of the heart, but that it does have a complete obstruction preventing blood from flowing through it.

Ecosprin contains Aspirin, when given for these problems, it is used as a blood thinner, which in some cases can help the blood flow through that obstruction.


Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach ulceration.

Read more:

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Did your Cardiologist not explain this to you?

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Namrah Says:

My father is a 51yrs male. He had a cardiac CT Angiography test and his report is as follow:

LMS: Normal
LAD: Minor disease in the mid course. Diagonals are normal
LCx: Non-Dominent. Minor disease in mid course
Intermediate branch: Normal
RCA: Dominent with minor roughening in the proximal course
Diagnosis: Subcritical Coronary Artert disease

Please explain me the current heart condition.


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Nouman Kiani Says:

My father age 59 is diagnosed with TVCAD.Details are as under:
LCA :normal
LAD:calcific vessel. 90% stenosis in mid course.
LCX:dominant,80% stenosis .1st major branch OM branch has moderate proximal stenosis,2nd OM has mild ostical
RCA:dominant citical stenosis proximal to mid course.
note: My father did not suffer any pain in chest or short sighted symptoms.cardiologist has advised PCI 4x DES/CABG.
Oneother main issue is that my father has broken his joint during this and orthopedic has asked for Total hip replacemnet(THR).
Please suggest what we should do,keeping in mind his hip problem.
can we go for THR surgery before cardiac treatment as medicated stents takes much time to adjust and medicine for which may not be stopped for months,
Thanks.

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Kazi Sheharyar Says:

my cardiac ct angiography report is as follow study;coronaries; calcium score:53.7(Agatson)LMS:0 LAD:50.2 CX:0.2 RCA:1.2TOTAL:53.7 LMS:normal LAD:subcritical disease in mid course LCX:subcritical disease. RCA:Dominant.Unobstructive.Diagonosis:Subcritical CAD NEED UR ADVISE

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glen Says:

what does luminal irregularities of the heart mean ?

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ALEEM Says:

MY CT ANGIOGRAPHY REPORT IS FOLLOWS;
CALCIUM SCORE: 248.5 (AGATSON)
LMS=0
LAD=136.6
CX=108.6
RCA=3.3

LMS= NORMAL
LAD= CALCIFICATION IN ID COURSE WITH MINOR DISEASE. DIAGONAL BRANCH HAS OSTEAL CALCIFICATION WITH MODERATE DISEASE.
LCX= OM BRANCH IS TOTALLY OCCLUDED
RCA= DOMINANT WITH MINOR DISEASE IN DISTAL COURSE
DIAGNOSIS= DVCAD
ADVISED= CORONARY ANGIOGRAM WITH A VIEW TO DO PCI.

Angiography was done but Stent was not inserted.


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Davudu Says:

My sister aged 72.Reported chestpain between 3pm and 4pm on 3 or 4 times inthe lats 3 monthe.Angio was done.Diagnosis is as follows:
Coronary artery Disease
50% Ostial Stenosis of LAD
20% Proximal Stenosis of LCX
Advice:
Medical treatment


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sekender Says:

AGE55.ONE DAY CHEST PAIN&SWEATING.ANGIO WAS DONE&REPORT IS..INDICATION IHD.LMCA NORMAL.LAD-OSTIAL LAD MILDPLAQUE.MID LAD MILD IRRIGULARITIES.DIATAL LAD IS NORMAL.D1-PROXIMALLY 50%LESION.D2 NORMAL.LCX-NON-DOMINANT,OM1-NORMAL.OM2 IN THE MIDDLE 50% LESION.RCA-DOMINANT,PROXIMAL RCA IS NORMAL.PDA ORIGIN MILD PLAQUE.PVL IS NORMAL.LV ANGIO IS NORMAL.

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Aleem Says:

Nothing to worry about..control ur diet and make walking regular..

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Praveen Says:

I just underwent a CT Angiogram and the test results are as follows.. I am 40 years old with a family history of heart diseases an deaths

Right Dominant Circulation with PDA and PLV arising from RCA
Calcium Score 0
RCA - Dominant Vessel, Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing

PDA and PLV arising from RCA
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing

Left Main
Small in Size
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing

LAD
Type II- III
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing
Focal intramyocardial bridging of Proximial LAD
Distal Course of LAD is poorly visualized
No flow limiting stenosis

D1 Visualized
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing

Circiumfles
Non Dominant
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing

Dominant OM1 Visualized
Ostium normal, Normal Discourse and Calibre
No Stenosis or Plaquing
No Inclusion defect noted in cardiac chambers
No Evidence of aortic Dissection / pericardial effusion

I am on BP medication for 3 years now (coveram 5 Mg) and my cholesterols levels are as follows

Total Cholesterol 187
HDL - 35
LDL 124
Triglycerides 157
Blood Sugar 104

Can you please advise me on the status of my heart



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a kumar Says:

lcx ; ostioproximal soft plaque noted with 20 to 30% stenosis

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pradeep Says:

my angiography report is as under d2 large sized normal, d2 large sized mid 80% stenosis, lcx non dominnant proximal 90% ostenosis,om1 medium sized mid 60%stenosis

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pritesh Says:

My father age is 58. He got heart pain and a heart attack on 21/11/2016, plus an angiography done on 19/01/2017. The angiography report is as follows. Kindly guide me on what to do next? The current dr. Recommendation is to not do any thing but take medicine and change the diet.

Report:

-diagnosis cad/iwmi (21.11.16) / not lysed/normal lvsf.
-approach right artery
-hardware used 5 fr hemostatic sheath & tig catheter
-inj heparin 5000iu + ntg 100ug + ditiazen
-hemodynamic data: central astic pressure 130/70 (90) heart rate 70 bpm spo2 100%
-selective coronary angiography done in multiple angulated views
-left main: bifurcates into lad and lcx normal
-lad: type iii, normal
-lcx: non dominant after giving 2 small oms, distal lcx has 60% tubular lesion with time
-rca: dominant. Normal
-impression: single vessel disease (intermediate lesion)
-management, optimal, medical management

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Piyush gupta Says:
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Sir
Recently I had angioraphy. Iam enclosing report please suggest best possible treatment of it
My two main artery Manley rca andlad are 100%blocked

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Josaphat Osih Says:

My angiogram taken a week ago says LMCA : Normal, LAD : Normal,type III vessel with slow flow, LCX : Normal and non-dominant with slow flow. RCA : Normal and dominant with flow. PDA and PLV are Normal.Please tell me about my present Heart condition.

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