CT Angiography (CTA) Explanation From Dr. Alan Legasto, Radiologist At Roosevelt Hospital, NYC
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Video Description: Dr. Alan Legasto, radiologist at Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan, New York City, discusses CT angiography, or CTA, a rapid, non-invasive diagnostic test used to determine if there are blockages in the coronary arteries. CT angiography allows physicians to see very detailed images of blood vessels, and is faster and has less complications than a standard angiogram.
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