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Ct coronary angiogram takes pictures of what parts?
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Dr. Michael Fenster
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Arteries
A ct angiogram takes pictures of the coronary, or heart, arteries.
It also gives information of the remaining cardiac structures. The main pumping chambers, or ventricles, the heart muscle walls and some information regarding the heart valves as well. If there are bypass grafts from previous surgeries, these can often be visualized as well.

In brief: Arteries
A ct angiogram takes pictures of the coronary, or heart, arteries.
It also gives information of the remaining cardiac structures. The main pumping chambers, or ventricles, the heart muscle walls and some information regarding the heart valves as well. If there are bypass grafts from previous surgeries, these can often be visualized as well.
Dr. Michael Fenster
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Dr. Howard Rubin
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: CT
Coronary arteries.

In brief: CT
Coronary arteries.
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