How Is a CT Coronary Angiography Done? Center

Coronary computerized tomography angiography (CCTA) is a heart scan or imaging test that helps diagnose plaque buildup and consequent narrowing of the coronary arteries. The procedure is performed to diagnose many heart conditions, including coronary artery disease (CAD), narrowing of the existing stent, and evaluation of coronary bypass graft patency. CCTA is not invasive and has fewer complications and faster recovery compared to other imaging studies. Read more: How Is a CT Coronary Angiography Done? Article


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