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  • 08.26.10

    CT Angiography gets Nod for Neonates with Heart Disease

    AuntMinnie | Cynthia E. Keen

    When balancing the risks of radiation dose exposure from CT angiography with the risks associated with a cardiac catheterization procedure, pediatric radiologists in Taiwan are selecting the CT exam for neonates with complex congenital heart disease. The procedure is noninvasive and fast and requires minimal or no sedation.

    When balancing the risks of radiation dose exposure from CT angiography with the risks associated with a cardiac catheterization procedure, pediatric radiologists in Taiwan are selecting the CT exam for neonates with complex congenital heart disease. The procedure is noninvasive and fast and requires minimal or no sedation.

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