Are expensive and they don't work.

These tomography scans detect calcium in blood vessels. It is known that your arteries can be blocked without calcium (false negative) but we recently heard of a Heart Technology user who was diagnosed with "massive" disease from a ultra-fast heart scan test. Mr. X immediately went in for an angiogram, which detected minimal blockages. His coronary arteries were "beautiful" according to his cardiologist after the angiogram. He is currently trying to get his cardiologist to explain the expensive "ultra fast heart scan" test results.

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