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Jul 20

Among patients who have acute chest pain but have a negative initial ECG or troponin test

Among patients who have acute chest pain but have a negative initial ECG or troponin test, a coronary computed–tomography CT angiography (CCTA) scan that detects high–risk plaque features can successfully identify those at higher risk of impending ACS, suggests a study presented at the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting.

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