Computed tomography of the heart

What is Computed tomography of the heart?

This is a special X-ray of the heart often referred to as a CT that takes images of the heart in small slices that can be reconstructed in different planes and into 3D images.

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I had a High-resolution, ECG synchronized Computed Tomography of the heart with attention of the coronary arteries using adone on my heart arteries...

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Artery age is often more than person's age

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Dear Sir,

Your physician was right, your estimated arterial age is 77....

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I am 33 years old i had a cardiac ct scan with contrast die 3 years ago which showed no blockage i just started to feel like mabye i have some...

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Hello.welcome.A person can have heart attack at any age.Stop worrying.since your family history is bad,you should be careful.adopt healthy life...

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I am 46 yrs old, 230 lbs, athletic body, run 3 miles 3 times/wk. I am in decent shape. Last week I started to get discomfort in my chest. Not...

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Thank you for your query.

The chest discomfort that you seem to be having is not typical of ischemic cardiac pain. The location of the pain is...

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I had a High-resolution, ECG synchronized Computed Tomography of the heart with attention of the coronary arteries using adone on my heart arteries...

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I am 46 yrs old, 230 lbs, athletic body, run 3 miles 3 times/wk. I am in decent shape. Last week I started to get discomfort in my chest. Not...

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I am 33 years old i had a cardiac ct scan with contrast die 3 years ago which showed no blockage i just started to feel like mabye i have some...

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