Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Should I have an angiogram to confirm a worrisome calcium score?

CT scans show my arteries are in the 89th percentile for calcium scores. My stress tests and echocardiograms are normal, so are my blood pressure and cholesterol, and I feel fine. Should I have an angiogram to confirm the calcification?

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