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Coronary Artery Disease At A Young Age
Good questions. Coronary artery disease happens at a young age!
His cholesterol is much better, but not perfect yet. You haven't discussed diet & exercise, weight, ?smoking, all very important for future control of his heart disease.
Remember, a stent or bypass only improves the blood flow through is coronary arteries, but does nothing to the underlying process of atherosclerosis. Successful control of his cardiac risks, will slow or even stop that process, but is unlikely to reverse the disease as is sometimes claimed.
Hope this helps,
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