We focus on screening to detect problems early, when intervention has the best chance of preventing more serious issues.
We offer screening and counseling for genetic diseases that affect the blood vessels, such as Marfan, Ehlers-Danlos, and Loeys-Dietz syndromes. We determine the best management and treatment approach for you and your family.
CT, MRI, Ultrasound
We use the latest advances -- including CT scan, MRI, and ultrasound -- to create high-resolution images that help identify if you are at risk for aortic disease and to watch for changes that may occur following an aortic repair.
An ultrasound probe is moved over the surface of your chest to capture moving images of your heart. This allows us to determine your heart’s chamber dimensions, shape, valve structures, and overall function.
Flexible catheters are guided through a blood vessel to your heart. Contrast dye is injected and X-rays are taken to capture images of your heart, coronary arteries, and other blood vessels.
CT Coronary Angiography
A contrast agent is injected into your arm and a CT scan produces highly detailed 3-D images of your coronary arteries to help identify anatomy and blockages.