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Coronarography

Coronarography, i.e. selective coronary angiography (SCG) is a diagnostic procedure that is more widely known as probing the heart.

The aim of SCG is to evaluate blood supply to the heart (position, diameter and potential constrictions of and damage to the coronary arteries). If the blood vessels of the heart are damaged and their diameter has decreased, it is possible to perform, if required and if technically compatible, a medical procedure as a follow-up to the SCG, called percutaneous coronary intervention or PCI, which is the widening of coronary arteries using a probe.

Doctors

Alar Kaasik
Cardiologist
Diagnostic Clinic, Centre of Radiology
Kristina Lotamõis
Cardiologist
Diagnostic Clinic, Centre of Radiology
Sulev Margus
Diagnostic Clinic, Centre of Radiology
Andres  Reinold
Andres Reinold
Cardiologist
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre of Cardiology