CT angiograms are a way of looking at the blood vessels in different parts of your body.

A small cannula is placed in a vein in your arm and then IV contrast is injected at a fast rate while you are in the CT scanner. The scanner will image the part of your body that your doctor wants assessed.

More information is available on IV Contrast.

The CT scanner can reconstruct the images in 3D to give a really good picture of the vessels and show problems like narrowing and aneurysms. A CT pulmonary angiogram looks for clots in the lung arteries.

View the following pages for more information on the different procedures.

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