What Is Multivessel Coronary Artery Disease?

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I picked up medical records from hospital when I was in hospital in April of 2017. It says I have significant stenosis in left main artery, left descending artery, left circumflex artery, and right main artery. I was not told about this. It is now a 1 1/2 yrs later, I ask him yesterday and he said it is a typo? Any thoughts here
Um, it's hard to say. For adults, when the aortic valve area is reduced to 1/3 or more of normal, the blood flow will be blocked. Even if that said "significant stenosis", as long as it's not a blocking level stenosis, you may not show symptoms. But that's a serious problem if you do have "significant stenosis in left main artery".
I picked up medical records from hospital when I was in hospital in April of 2017. It says I have significant stenosis in left main artery, left descending artery, left circumflex artery, and right main artery. I was not told about this. It is now a 1 1/2 yrs later, I ask him yesterday and he said it is a typo? Any thoughts here
Um, it's hard to say. For adults, when the aortic valve area is reduced to 1/3 or more of normal, the blood flow will be blocked. Even if that said "significant stenosis", as long as it's not a blocking level stenosis, you may not show symptoms. But that's a serious problem if you do have "significant stenosis in left main artery".
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