Table 2

Summary of Subject Presentation and TBR Measurements

Age (yrs)SexClinical PresentationTBR
Ascending AortaLeft MainProximal LADProximal LCxProximal RCARecent StentRemote Stent
ACS
38FUAP: accelerating CP with anterior T-wave inversions++++++++++++++++++++
60MNSTEMI: accelerating angina, CP at rest+++++++++++++++++++
43MUAP: CP at rest with ECG changes+++++++++++
51FNSTEMI: acute-onset CP at rest++++++++++++
65MUAP: CP radiating to left arm with ST-segment depressions++++++++++
53MUAP: new-onset exertional CP with minimal exertion++++++++++
59FSTEMI: acute tent thrombosis 1 week after BMS placement.+++++++++
62MUAP: acute-onset CP with minimal exertion+++++++++
69MNSTEMI: acute-onset CP at rest+++++++++++
63MNSTEMI: acute-onset CP at rest+++++++++++++
Stable angina requiring PCI
43MCP syndrome over several months++++++
55MCP syndrome over several months++++++++
50FCP syndrome over several months++++++++
65MCP syndrome over several months+++++++++++++
78MCP syndrome over several months+++++++
Stable angina not requiring PCI
55FCardiomyopathy, no significant stenosis++++
56MStable CP: medical management of CAD+++++++++++++
58FStable CP: medical management of CAD+++++++++
74FRemote MI, new CP; no new stenosis+++++++
57MStable CP: medical management of CAD+++++++++
46MRecent-onset CP; mild CAD on catheterization++++++++++
64MStable CP: medical management of CAD+++++++++
50MStable CP: medical management of CAD++++++++
66MStable CP: medical management of CAD++++++++
67MStable CP: medical management of CAD+++++++++++

− = TBR <1; + = TBR 1.00 to 1.99; ++ = TBR 2.0 to 2.99; +++ = TBR 3.0 to 3.99; ++++ = TBR of 4.0 or greater.

CP = chest pain; ECG = electrocardiogram; LAD = left anterior descending coronary artery; LCx = left circumflex coronary artery; MI = myocardial infarction; NSTEMI = non–ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction; PCI = percutaneous coronary infusion; RCA = right coronary artery; STEMI = ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction; TBR = target-to-background ratio; UAP = unstable angina pectoris; other abbreviations as in Table 1.

  • Segment excluded due to spillover or location.