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Cardiac Imaging

Cardiac Imaging

MRI finds possible marker for cardiovascular disease among asymptomatic diabetics.

Non-invasive CTA is more accurate in detecting coronary artery disease among symptomatic patients than SPECT-MPI.

Using MRI to image the left ventricle shows more precise measurements of the heart.

Choosing Wisely recommendations need further implementation in order to see a drop in unnecessary medical procedures.

CT not always necessary for adult patients presenting with blunt trauma to the chest.

Ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm would save more lives of people aged 75 or older, rather than nonsmoking 65-year-olds.

CCTA, when combined with calcium scoring, can rule out coronary artery disease in women with atypical chest pain.


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