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Severe stenosis of the left anterior descending coronary artery in a 53 year old patient with chest pain


3-D reconstruction of the heart obtained by contrast-enhanced CT in a patient following bypass surgery. Visible are one arterial graft to the left anterior descending coronary artery (accompanied by numerous metal clips to close off side branches) and two vein grafts, one to the left circumflex artery, the other one to the right coronary artery.

 Calcification of the coronary arteries depicted by CT without contrast enhancement

Normal cardiac anatomy with coronary arteries visible on heart surface.


  The coronary tree, as seen through coronary CTA.
The cardiac chambers have been removed from this image.



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