Harvard Heart Letter

Should you consider a coronary artery calcium scan?

A coronary artery calcium scan can reveal specks of calcium in the walls of the heart's arteries, an early sign of cardiovascular disease. For people with a modest risk of heart disease, the test may help with decisions about treatment.

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