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A cardiac catheterization (also known as coronary angiography) is a nonsurgical and fairly painless procedure that allows your cardiology team to examine your heart’s arteries, valves and other structures. Doctors use a cardiac catheterization to determine if your coronary arteries are clogged or blocked. The test also checks to see if your heart is pumping normally and if the blood is flowing properly. If an abnormality is found, your doctor may be able to repair it immediately, or you may require a follow-up cardiac catheterization procedure.Back to Top
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