Coronary Angiography (Mr PD)
PD, a male aged 64, presented with exertional shortness of breath, absent of chest pain. His medical background included high blood pressure, high cholesterol and a family history of coronary artery disease. He was offered to have a coronary angiogram through the right radial artery (in the wrist) using a TIG 5F Diagnostic catheter. The test revealed moderate ostial posterior descending artery stenosis which was crossed with a Verrata wire and no change in the pressures across the lesions were shown.