IACI Cardiovascular Case of the Day Case #2
Created by Suman TP, Jainesh D, Ishmail S.I, Bhavana N, Sanjaya Viswamitra, MD
A 49 year old male patient with known history of hypertension and type -2 diabetes mellitus presented with intermittent chest pain since 6months.
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Which of the following indicates high risk plaque?
A. Spotty calcification.
B. Napkin ring sign.
C. Positive remodeling.
D. Low attenuation plaque.
F. All of the Above
What is the diagnosis?
Ischemia / Infarct seen on the exam
LAD – CAD-RADS 2, RCA – CAD-RADS – 4A/V
Cannot be scored using CAD-RADS
Mild stenosis RCA, artifact present with contrast filling the distal RCA
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