Coronary artery disease can be identified and evaluated using cardiac nuclear medicine. Additionally, it is utilized to assess cardiomyopathy and spot any potential cardiac damage brought on by radiation or chemotherapy. Nuclear cardiac stress testing aids in the diagnosis and surveillance of heart conditions such as coronary artery disease. A medical professional will attach you to an EKG device, administer a tracer to your blood, and take pictures of your heart's blood flow both before and after the activity. In the context of coronary artery disease, nuclear cardiology has been crucial in determining the detection of heart disease as well as in the evaluation of disorder severity and the diagnosis of outcomes. Nuclear medicine and cardiology's subspecialty of cardiovascular nuclear medicine uses non-invasive methods to measure blood flow, assess heart function, pinpoint the location and size of a heart attack, evaluate inflammation in the heart muscle and blood vessels, and look into possible infections in the heart.
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