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Tests your doctor may order to determine whether you have heart disease

Two types of tests are used to diagnose heart disease and risk of heart attack. The first determines if a blockage in the heart's arteries is affecting blood flow. If the answer is yes, a second type is done to pinpoint the location of the blockage.

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