Coronary calcium scan and coronary CT angiography: chalk and cheese
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Management of cardiovascular risk factors is an important part of routine general practice. New advances in noninvasive imaging have improved our ability to pinpoint risk for the individual patient. Two such imaging techniques are a coronary calcium scan (CCS) and coronary CT angiography (CCTA). When should each be used in clinical practice?
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