Your healthcare team will look at your symptoms, any other medical conditions you might have, and how those conditions are treated. You team will also ask you about your daily life. They will also want to know if any other members of your family have had
heart problems. Finally, they will order several tests that will help them figure out what’s causing your symptoms. Some of those tests are:
An angiogram uses a catheter and contrast dye to diagnose problems with your arteries and veins.
An echocardiogram (echo for short) is a cardiac ultrasound that helps assess heart conditions.
An electrocardiogram is a procedure that records the electrical activity of the heart.
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