Would the heart ultrasound and angiogram CT scan I had show if I had coroided artery disease. Blocked heart valves or structural abnormalities?

No . Need formal carotid ultrasound or cta, to correctly evaluate these vessels. See radiologyinfo.Org.
Partly yes. An echocardiogram would not show carotid or coronary arteries directly; it would show the status of your valves and help rule out structural abnormalities. A ct angiogram could show coronary artery status but might not image high enough to show the carotid arteries.

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