The most effective test is, of course, the coronary angiography, which is an X-Ray movie of blood passing through the coronary arteries. Medicine that is opaque to X-rays is injected into the coronary arteries. X-Rays are used to record the passage of medicine, which is recorded on a CD-ROM. It shows if the patient’s coronary arteries are blocked or narrowed, and also the location and severity of the blockage.



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