Coronary artery calcium scans may help lower heart disease risk without increasing tests and costs

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - 18:30 in Health & Medicine

A new study of coronary artery calcium scanning -- a simple, noninvasive test that gives patients baseline information about plaque in their coronary arteries -- has shown that the scan helps them make heart-healthy lifestyle changes and lower their heart disease risk factors.

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