Vascular disease can be diagnosed with the help of specific tests such as angiogram, duplex ultrasound, ankle-brachial index, and CT angiography.
Blood transports life-sustaining oxygen and other essential nutrients to all parts of the body. Blood flows through tiny vessels called arteries and veins.
The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is a non-invasive diagnostic test performed to determine your risk of peripheral artery disease (PAD), a condition of narrowing or blocking of the arteries in your legs or arms.
Coronary computed tomography (CT) angiography or heart CT scan is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that uses contrast material to detect any abnormalities within the coronary arteries.
Duplex ultrasonography is a diagnostic technique to detect vascular conditions. It helps to evaluate blood flow through your arteries and veins. It combines traditional ultrasound with the use of Doppler ultrasound.
MR Angiogram is a powerful and safe diagnostic tool that can be used in hospitals and doctors' offices. It helps physicians detect and diagnose problems with blood flow in the body.
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
A computed tomography scan, commonly known as a CT scan, is an imaging technique which is used to obtain cross-sectional images of the hard and soft tissues of the body using a special rotating x-ray
A carotid doppler is an ultrasound imaging technique used to determine the presence of possible blockages in the carotid arteries that run on either side of the neck and carry blood to the brain.
Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) of the Carotids
Magnetic resonance angiography or MRA of the carotids is a non-invasive, painless diagnostic imaging procedure that uses radio waves and a strong magnetic field
Peripheral Vascular Ultrasound
Peripheral vascular ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the vascular system in the arms, legs, and other peripheral areas of the body.