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The ability for cardiac CT imaging to demonstrate the presence of atheroma or plaque within the arteries is a paradigm shift for the conventional management of coronary artery disease. … historically coronary artery disease has been diagnosed at the time of the event (by which time) the patient has developed a ‘disease’…
I have patients who undergo cardiac CT imaging for risk evaluation and in whom we demonstrate the presence of plaque build-up. These are otherwise healthy patients looking to maximise their primary prevention strategies. This is the exciting opportunity that cardiac CT imaging offers; it gives us an ability to evaluate the extent of plaque build-up before the onset of a problem.

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