CT Angiography - Right Lower LIMB with Contrast

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    It is a diagnostic test that uses a rotating beam of X-rays to create detailed 3-dimensional images of blood vessels in the right leg. A contrast agent is used to find out narrowed or blocked areas in the arteries. The test helps assess peripheral arterial bypass grafts and associated complications in the right leg. It is also helpful in finding out Takayasu’s disease and Buerger’s disease.

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