A CT Coronary Angiogram is a sensitive non-invasive test for detecting narrowing in the arteries (coronary artery disease). It is performed at Coffs Harbour Radiology and co-reported by Dr David Henderson.

The test involves an injection of dye into the bloodstream after which you will be imaged with the CT machine. These images enable the Cardiologist to assess your coronary arteries for any significant narrowing or build-up of calcium or plaque and is beneficial in assessing the current and future risk of cardiovascular disease.

If your Cardiologist requests for you to have a CT Coronary Angiogram you will be provided with more information about what to expect and how to prepare.