Cardiac CT: Is the End of Angiograms Near?
Non-invasive cardiovascular diagnostic imaging has long been a dream particularly of interventional cardiologists because of the potential use of such technology as a screening mechanism for asymptomatic patients with coronary artery disease, in addition to the added value this capability would provide during cath lab procedures. Developments in multi-slice computed tomography technology are beginning to produce results that rival and, in some cases, exceed those of diagnostic angiography.
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