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CT Angiography

CT Angiography (CTA) is a diagnostic method that allows for detailed visualization of blood vessels. This advanced technique enables physicians to precisely visualize arteries or veins to identify possible pathologies.

One of the main advantages of CT Angiography is its speed and non-invasiveness. Unlike traditional angiographic methods, which involve inserting catheters into blood vessels, CTA is performed using X-rays and computer technology and does not involve invasive procedures. A contrast agent is injected into the patient through venous access to enhance the visibility of blood vessels on the images.

This technique is often used to evaluate arterial problems such as atherosclerosis, aneurysms, or narrowing of blood vessels. It can also be applied to diagnose venous conditions such as deep vein thrombosis or venous malformations.

CT Angiography is widely used in cardiology, neurology, vascular surgery, and other branches of medicine. Its accuracy and speed make it an extremely valuable tool for diagnosis, surgical planning, or monitoring treatment progress.

As technology advances, CT angiography is becoming more accurate and affordable, providing medical professionals with a powerful tool for diagnosing and monitoring vascular problems..

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