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Digital Cardiovascular Imaging

Digital cardiovascular imaging is a sophisticated imaging technique that captures, processes, and stores images of heart’s blood vessels in digital format. It is a “film-free” technique that is intended to replace conventional X-ray equipment with digital technology, and it only requires half the radiation of traditional imaging while producing clearer images.

Do I Need Digital Cardiovascular Imaging?

Digital cardiovascular imaging may be recommended for people who have coronary artery disease (CAD), and it may also be indicated after surgical procedures for heart disease.

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