Radionuclide angiography

What is Radionuclide angiography?

A MUGA scan (Multi Gated Acquisition Scan) is a time-proven nuclear medicine test designed to evaluate the function of the right and left ventricles of the heart, thus allowing informed diagnostic intervention in heart failure.

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are their any complications for stress thalium test, or any other diagnostic tests are available to detect the blocks in blood vessels and heart...

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1. Yes, Stress thallium is associated with certain risks like all other stress...

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I am a 59 year old female dx with dilated cardiomyopathy 6 years ago. I had symptoms for 5 years prior to this with misdiagnosis after seeing many...

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HI,WELCOME TO HCM.
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY is more reliable as far as estimation of ejection fraction is concerned,the fatigue in your case can be...

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Hi Doctor, I have a family history now of hearth attacks. My dad passed away when he was 68 years old and my eldest brother passed away when he was...

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ECG, TMT initial step.

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Its really nice to see that you are so conscious about your health , keeping...

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