The two primary medical tests used to diagnose internal damage are the CT scan and MRI. These scans may seem very similar to non-medical professionals, but they are actually quite different.
Heart disease affects millions of Americans every year and is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Unfortunately, many people choose to ignore signs and symptoms until it's too late to reverse the damage to the heart and cardiovascular system.
Several types of lung disease can affect the delicate respiratory system. With the help of a low-dose lung CT scan, doctors get a clear picture of your lungs to spot the disorder you're experiencing and the best way to go about treating it.
A heart CT scan shows detailed images of your arteries, aorta, heart and valves, so that healthcare professionals can measure your heart health without an invasive or lengthy procedure. The scan specifically looks for problems like calcium and cholesterol buildup, blockages and inflammation
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