By E.E Payne
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Normal wall motion and preserved wall thickening on gated SPECT imaging assists in differentiating such a fixed perfusion defect from myocardial scar/infarction. Breast attenuation artifact generally includes the most basal aspect of the anterior wall, may spare the apex, and has a sharp crescentic edge effect conforming to the shape of the breast (Figs. 7). This is contrary to the most common pattern of LAD coronary artery disease which has less distinct borders, spares the most basal anterior segment, and usually includes the apex.
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