Another good save by the team. This one with inferior tombstones and a heart rate of 35.
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For the benefit of us pill-pushers, could you please explain what we’re looking at? (The features, I mean; I know it’s a coronary artery.)
Like the one from the previous post, this is a completely occluded coronary artery. In this case it’s the RCA (right coronary artery) and it caused a massive heart attack. The second one shows it opened up by an angioplasty.
Whew! That “before” shot is one saaaaaddd puppy.
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