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... She needs an abdominal aortic valve replacement. Who would be the best doctor in the world for this type of condition? (0 replies)
... rays may show the heart better and aorta vessel better is a dye is used. Of course if a person is allergic to iodine then this could not be done with that particular dye. ... (3 replies)
... YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR REPLY. I DONT BELIEVE THAT I HAVE A SEPTAL ANUERYSM. BUT MY FATHER HAD A AORTA ANUERYSM ALSO SO I NEED TO CHECK IN TO IT. I DO KNOW FROM THE RESEARCH I HAVE DONE A.A.A. CAN BE HEREDITARY. I ALSO HAVE THAT BAD HABIT CALLED SMOKING! ... (2 replies)

... The aorta valve, when aged over 40, is usually due to some calcification, and it narrows the opening causing pressure and a decrease of the heart's output. ... (15 replies)
... Can anyone tell me if rotoblation or laser atherectomy be performed on the major vessels that are totally blocked or any other method of opening blocked vessels? ... (2 replies)
Echo
Jun 28, 2006
... dr didnt seem that concerned but doesnt this mean i have blocked arteries? ... (1 replies)
Echo
Jun 27, 2006
... dr didnt seem that concerned but doesnt this mean i have blocked arteries? ... (1 replies)
... Hi - After my mother was having mild chest pressure after some certain physical activity, her doc sent her for a stress test (note: last year she was diagnosed with an aorta anyorisum (sp) and some hardening of the arteries in her legs and back). Things didn't look right in her stress test results. With her background and failed stress test the doc ordered an angiogram. ... (8 replies)
... Back in September of 04 I had quadruple bypass. I'd had 2 MIs prior to that and had Stents implanted. By the time they got to the bypass, the stents were blocked and the total blood flow to the heart was very low...somewhere around 5 percent of normal...or so they tell me. ... (8 replies)
... The CT angiogram may be used to rule out pulmonary embolism, identify aneurysms in the aorta or other major blood vessels, identify dissection in the aorta or its major branches, and detect narrowing or obstruction of arteries. ... (6 replies)
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Oct 23, 2004
... Test5629, I am desperate here. I have a left dominant heart, with a congenitally small and 40% blocked RCA. I had an mi and stroke when my ramus close in 03. Otherwise circumflex is clear. I have a 40-45% blockage ~1" from where my LAD taps off the aorta. I have familial hypercholesterolemia, (TC=380, tri=1039). Cannot take statins. Was hospitalized with rhabdomyolysis in 01.... (18 replies)
Leviathan85
Oct 7, 2004
... Hummingbirdkiss, I guess that I am just confused. Thanks so much for the kind words. I am disabled and retired. I have a lot of time to do research for people that may not have the spare time to do it for themselves. I have wanted to dedicate my time to those with heart disease and those that may have heart disease. The cardiologist that I have seen, have not had the time nor... (2 replies)
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Oct 23, 2003
... Hi I am new and have a question I wonder if anyone out there can answer. My 41 year old sister was put in the hospital yesterday with what doctors thought was a heart attack, after doing a heart cath they determined she didn't have a heart attack and that her heart looks good and veins not blocked......but she has 6-8 veins growing from her aorta? Has anyone heard of this... (1 replies)
... an enlarged heart, you should be tested to find out what is called the "ejection fraction". This is the percentage of blood expelled from your heart through the aorta to the rest of your body. ... (7 replies)




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