Coronary Angiogram is an X-ray of the blood vessels. It’s used to look for changes in the blood vessels, such as ballooning, narrowing, and blockages.
A catheter is inserted into a large blood vessel and injects contrast dye. The contrast dye causes the blood vessels to appear on the X-ray image, allowing your doctor to better see the vessel(s) under exam.
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