Angiography is a specialised x-ray to examine blood vessels using a fluoroscopy machine. It’s performed by inserting a thin tube, or catheter, then injecting an x-ray dye (called contrast media) into an artery to see the vessels’ course and flow.
A CT scanner uses x-rays to create multi-dimensional images of a specific body area which help to diagnose medical conditions. In some cases, contrast media may be injected to provide further detail. You’ll lie on a table which moves inside the scanner to obtain images.
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