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Figure 1: Multiplanar reformatting images of coronary computed tomography angiography in four different patients are demonstrated. (a) Normal left anterior descending artery, (b) nonobstructive calcified plaques (arrows) in the right coronary artery, (c) moderate stenosis of long segment of proximal right coronary artery (arrow), and (d) severe stenosis of multiple lesions in right coronary artery (arrows)

Figure 1: Multiplanar reformatting images of coronary computed tomography angiography in four different patients are demonstrated. (a) Normal left anterior descending artery, (b) nonobstructive calcified plaques (arrows) in the right coronary artery, (c) moderate stenosis of long segment of proximal right coronary artery (arrow), and (d) severe stenosis of multiple lesions in right coronary artery (arrows)