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Tests for Heart Disease

The following are some of the tests used to evaluate heart disease:

Angioplasty and Stents

Cardiac Blood Pool Scan

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Cardiac Catheterization

Chest X-Ray

Cholesterol Tests

C-Reactive Protein

Doppler Ultrasound

Echocardiogram

ECG (EKG or Electrocardiogram)

Electron Beam (Ultrafast) CT scan

Electrophysiology Testing

HDL Cholesterol

Head-Up Tilt Table Test

Homocysteine

LDL Cholesterol

MRI

Myocardial Biopsy

Stress Tests

Total Cholesterol

Triglycerides

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Reviewed by James Beckerman, MD, FACC on June 09, 2012

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