A CT Coronary Angiography was done on my dad,
Calcium Score: 300, (93% of correlated percentile for the age and sex of patient)
Right coronary artery: Dominent Vessel, long segment completely occulsive desease (100%) is seen affecting the proximal & midsegment at the vessel. Distal segment is normal
Left Main Coronary Artery: An accentric plaque is seen at the superior wall of the left main causing approx 30% luminal stenosis, bifurcates into LAD & LCx
Left anterior decending artery: High grade diffuse lesion is seen affecting the proximal segment of LAD with maximal luminal stenosis of approx 90%.Rest of the LAD is normal. Focal approx 75% lesion is seen at the proximal D1.
Circumflex: Circumflex is normal, OMI is a good caliber vessel exhibit focal high grade disease at the mid segment causing luminal stenosis exceeding 75%.
Suggest : Cathetor Angiography:
Do you suggest anything better than a bypass surgery? He is fine but doctors say surgery asap