Coronary CT Angiography (CCTA)
CCTA is a diagnostic test that generates detailed 3D images of the heart’s arteries to identify abnormalities in blood flow, detect coronary artery disease (CAD) and assess cardiac function. CCTA is non-invasive scan where, unlike heart catheterizations, the contrast is given through an IV. It is quick, precise and relatively painless, with accuracy rates as high as 95%.
We also offer cardiac scoring CT scans, which assess the presence of calcified plaque in arteries that can lead to heart attacks or CAD. This scan is performed without the need for IV contrast.
Our skilled team of Registered Vascular Technologists (RVT) specialize in performing ultrasounds of the veins and arteries in the body, including transcranial, abdominal, upper and lower extremities. Each exam type aims to address specific diagnostic questions, such as ruling out blood clots, assessing plaque buildup and narrowing and identifying the source of emboli. During vein ablation procedures, our RVTs provide real-time imaging guidance, assisting in gaining access and verifying catheter location.