Is This a Mild Coronary Artery Disease?

Q:
I was diagnosed with 37% luminal stenosis, and the doctor said it was mild CAD, and I could just treat it with diet and exercise? Is it really mind?
A:
Yes, usually the doctors will take patients with less than 50% luminal stenosis upon diagnostic coronary angiography as mild CAD with simply no need of percutaneous intervention.
Besides, mind CAD after diet and exercise has a very good prognosis.

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