Cardiac Catheterization

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Cardiac Catheterization (cardiac cath) is a procedure that examines the inside of your heart's blood vessels using special X-rays called angiograms. Dye visible by X-ray is injected into blood vessels using a thin hollow tube called a catheter.


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