The coronary arteries supply heart muscles with blood. They can become blocked with a plaque buildup (fat, cells, other substances) and this reduces the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart. Coronary angiography is used to detect blockages in the coronary arteries by using special contrast dye or x-ray.
This test is performed to find out if a patient’s coronary arteries are clogged or narrowed, where and how much. It is important to detect blockages because by the time they can cause chest pain or a heart attack. This test helps doctors to organize a treatment plan such as angioplasty or stent, coronary artery by-pass according to the patient needs and conditions. Coronary angiography may be performed if a patient has :
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