My mother has pain in her chest and back, and she always thinks it is a heart problem
From the detection results of coronary CT, there is no abnormality in each branch of coronary artery, and there is no stenosis and plaque in it, which can preliminarily rule out the possibility of coronary heart disease (but if it is a microcirculation lesion, it cannot be detected on CTA, so it cannot be completely ruled out). Therefore, chest pain may be caused by other diseases, and it should be judged and found by combining the specific location, nature and other examinations of pain.
According to the results of your mother’s coronary CT, there should be no stenosis in the heart and blood vessels, and there should be back pain. Other reasons need to be eliminated, such as digestive tract problems. If necessary, gastroscopy can be done to eliminate peptic ulcer and other conditions.
Coronary CTA is very good, and there are no plaques. Pain in the chest and back, and diseases that need to be xenophobic include chest problems: lungs, chest cavity, pleura, etc., so take a chest CT. Abdominal problems: Gallbladder, liver, spleen, pancreas, etc., do an abdominal color Doppler ultrasound. The heart and coronary arteries are fine. However, you can’t exclude myocardial problems. You can check a myocardial enzyme.