Harvard Heart Letter

Reception still fuzzy for fast CT scans of the heart

A new type of CT scan produces a clearer image of the heart than current methods, and without the need for an invasive catheter. Though there are some drawbacks to its use, the test may be helpful in emergency settings, when a quick diagnosis is needed.
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