Dr Aadarsh Naz, Dr Anum Khan Rana, Dr Rukhsar Farid
Ischemic coronary artery illness is very complex pathological procedure caused by improvement of coronary atherosclerosis, through downstream consequences on left ventricular myocardium. This is described by the long preclinical stage, a sudden progression of localized myocardial necrosis and increasingly persistent illness states, just like stable angina pectoris in addition ischemic cardiomyopathy. Late progress in computed tomography and cardiovascular attractive reverberation currently permit comprehensive imaging of every of those diverse periods of illness, which likely allows the monitoring of ischemic coronary artery disease over the life of the patient. Specifically, CT has become the non-invasive decision method for imaging coronary supply pathways, while CMR provides accurate valuations of myocardial perfusion, adequacy and capacity. Our current research was conducted at Services Hospital, Lahore from March 2018 to February 2019. The medical utility of those systems is gradually being confirmed by powerful preliminary randomized controlled trial information, despite fact that further selection of cardiac CT and CMR will need additional indication of medical appropriateness also cost viability. Key words: Computed tomography, cardiovascular magnetic resonance, ischemic heart illness.