Harvard Heart Letter

Portable ultrasound reveals early signs of heart disease

A simple, inexpensive ultrasound of the arteries in the neck and upper leg may be a better way to screen people for possible cardiovascular disease than the current risk-based estimate used to guide treatment, though more research is needed.

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