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The younger Siegelman credited Dr. Mark Parks, who performed the angiogram, and cardiologist Dr. John Richardson with saving his father's life.
The 29 surge lines on the sides of the hood represent Brody’s 24 angiograms and five wound revisions.
Standard tests, such as angiograms, that are routinely used to detect coronary artery disease cannot detect abnormalities in these smaller vessels, so more specialized diagnostic tests may be required for a diagnosis.
An angiogram showed his condition was serious enough that a pacemaker was put in, said Babak Namazi who learned of his father’s health scare from family in Iran.
Wood, 69, suffered a stroke May 16 during a routine angiogram, said Mikulay, who also speaks for Wood’s family.
I was given an EKG, a CT Scan, an echocardiogram and an angiogram.
The system can be used on patients who are experiencing neurological symptoms and have at least a 50 percent blockage of their carotid artery as verified by an ultrasound or angiogram test.
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