Cardiac Imaging

Cardiac imaging is a diagnostic radiology subspecialty in which cardiac radiologist conducts and then interprets medical images to diagnose heart disease, heart failure, heart failure, heart failure and heart shape, and leaky heart valves.

Cardiac (heart) imaging techniques include:· Coronary catheterization· Echocardiogram· Intravascular ultrasound· Cardiac PET scan· Cardiac CT scan· Cardiac MRI· X-rays These scans are used to diagnose cardiac signs, control the heart, assess and track heart failure and clinical congenital heart disease management.


Ischemic Heart Disease| Heart Failure| Acquired Valvular Heart Diseases| Cardiomyopthy | Cadiovascular Computed Tomography| Cadiovascular Magnetic Resonance| Great Vessel Abnormalities| Congenital Heart Disease| Coronary Artery Variant and Anomalies| Coronary Artery Disease| Myocardial Disease-Ischemia and Infraction| Myocardial Disease- Cardiomyopathy| Myocardial Disease- Masses| Cardiac Valvular Disease| Pericardial Disease| Postintervention/Postoperative