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Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiogram (CCTA)

Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiogram (CCTA)

Conway Medical Center Offers CT Coronary Angiogram (CCTA) Near You 

Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiogram (CCTA), also called a CT Coronary Angiogram, uses advanced CT technology, along with intravenous contrast material (dye), to obtain high-resolution, 3D pictures of the moving heart and great vessels.

Through a CCTA, a physician can see blockages and areas of narrowing in a patient’s heart arteries on the images. 

  • Physicians can use the CCTA test to help detect or evaluate:

    • Coronary heart disease
    • Calcium buildup in the walls of the coronary arteries
    • Problems with the aorta including aneurysms and dissection
    • A pulmonary embolism
    • Problems in the pulmonary veins
    • Problems with heart function and heart valves
    • Pericardial disease
    • Results of coronary artery bypass grafting

CT Coronary Angiogram (CCTA) at Conway Medical Center

As an affiliate with Duke Heart, our board-certified cardiologists continue to offer the best in state-of-the-art care to residents of Myrtle Beach, Conway and Horry County. This affiliation means we’re implementing the latest, evidence-based approach to provide quality, multi-faceted cardiac care. 

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