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This is a retrospective study that constitutes 165 men and women who had undergone angiogram at Hospital University Sains Malaysia and shown to have angiographically proven CAD in a two year period (October 2002 until December 2004).
Analysis of coronary blood flow velocity dynamics in angiographically normal and stenosed arteries before and after endolumen enlargement by angio-plasty.
The patients were angiographically assessed and those with 70% or more stenosis of at least one of the major coronary artery and CAD patients with single, double and triple vessel disease attending coronary clinic and indoor patients of department of Cardiology, AIIMS, patients visiting the hospital for the first time with no recent medication were included until otherwise specified or desired based on the findings.
The study group included angiographically proven patients as having severe CAD (stenosis > 50%).
Multiple clinical and experimental studies have shown that endothelium-dependent vasodilation progressively declines in the coronary and brachial arteries of angiographically normal individuals with ageing, and in different elderly animal species (Egashira et al.
The term angiographically negative SAH, often used interchangeably with NASAH, refers to the fact that conventional cerebral angiography fails to reveal a source for the hemorrhage.
Further complicating attempts at risk stratification is the fact that cocaine in both the recreational and anesthetic form has been shown to cause myocardial ischemia even in patients with angiographically normal coronary arteries.
In the first project, funded by Mutual of Omaha, the researchers studied 194 patients with angiographically documented coronary artery disease and compared them with 139 controls.
For example, a recent prospective cohort related expression of antibodies against several pathogens to MI or death in patients with angiographically documented coronary artery disease (80).
Apolipoprotein A-1 and B as predictors of angiographically defined coronary artery disease.
The presentation will be held during Clinical Decisions II, "The Angiographically Indeterminate Lesion: Using Adjunctive Imaging to Guide PCI," as part of the Spotlight Session "Difficult Patients in Interventional Cardiology: The Art of Clinical Decision-Making.
Coronary embolism appears to be the most reasonable explanation for acute myocardial infarction with angiographically normal coronary arteries (1).