Dr Fiza Javed, Dr Saba Ameen, Dr. Muhammad Farrukh Ahmad
The term ischemic coronary artery disease (ICD) now encompasses a higher danger position related by symptomatic cases having disruptive and non-obstructive contamination of the coronary veins, with coronary microvascular illness. Between cases having ICM, females mostly have inferior results, ranging from steady angina to severe coronary supply line infection and cardiovascular disintegration, associated to males. The reduction in cardiovascular cross-sections has been exciting in men, but it is basically less in females. Amongst cases having symptomatic ischemic coronary artery illness, females have respectably worse results than their man foils. Until now, special imaging targets for women and associated signs of IHD have not been sufficiently focused as critical determinants of IHD risk. Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from May 2018 to April 2019. We present gender explicit anatomical and utilitarian differentiations in contemporary imaging and imaging approaches that have an impact on refined centers that may improve the chance of IHD and perceive potential restorative procedures for symptomatic women. Key words: Non-Invasive Imaging, Evaluated Women, ischemic heart disease.