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Coronary arteriosclerosis, soft tissue density nodule in front of the aortic root of the heart.

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Description Of Condition:

1. Coronary atherosclerosis. 2. There are multiple non calcified and mixed plaques in the left main trunk, the near middle segment of the left anterior descending branch (segments 6 and 7) and the second diagonal branch, and the lumen is irregular and narrow, among which the lumen of the left main trunk and the near segment of the left anterior descending branch (segment 6) is severely narrow. There are multiple non calcified plaques in the proximal, middle and distal segments of the left circumflex artery (11-15 segments) and the proximal, middle and distal segments of the right coronary artery (1-3 segments), with irregular lumen stenosis, including moderate to severe lumen stenosis in the middle segment of the left circumflex artery (13 segments) and the middle segment of the right coronary artery (2 segments). 3. The coronary artery showed right coronary dominant type. 4. And soft tissue density nodules in front of the aortic root, which may be considered as small lymph nodes.

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