What Is the Prognosis of Left Main Coronary Artery Disease?

Q:
What is the survival of the left main coronary artery disease?
A:  
Studies have shown almost 55% mortality among patients with left main coronary artery among with different complications. The prognosis is not so good. You may have the half possibility to die.

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