single vessel disease

single vessel disease

Univessel disease Cardiology  Coronary atherosclerosis that is very advanced in one artery
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10,11) In term of angiographic findings, younger patients tend to have more normal coronary arteries and single vessel disease compared to older patient who tend to have more complex and multiple vessels involvement.
There were predominantly single vessel disease in young patients and multivessel disease in older patients accordance with previous studies.
Methods: Electrocardiograms (ECG) band-pass filtered through 50 to 300Hz were recorded from the persons without heart diseases (Normal group; n=24), the patients with single vessel disease (SVD group; n=12) and TVD (TVD group; n=12) and saved into PC.
The standard limb leads electrocardiogram (ECG) band-pass filtered through 50 to 300Hz were recorded from the persons without heart diseases (Normal group; n=24), the patients with single vessel disease (SVD group; n=12) and TVD (TVD group; n=12) and saved into PC.
The present study indicates that <40 years patients have unheralded acute onset of symptoms, a higher frequency of angiographically less extensive disease and single vessel disease compared with their counterparts.
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection predominantly occurs as a single vessel disease with LAD involvement in 80% of cases.
The MB + atherosclerosis group should have been constructed with only the patients who have atherosclerosis on bridging artery, and patients with single vessel disease on the artery other than bridging coronary should have been excluded.
Six patients with single vessel disease (LAD artery) had calcific plaques in the proximal aorta necessitating "no touch" technique to the aorta.

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