In the end, however, it was a specific type of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>angiogram</span>
that ultimately confirmed my diagnosis of Coronary Microvascular Disease. I was given a Coronary Reactivity Test which is an angiography procedure specifically designed to examine the blood vessels in the heart and
how they respond to different medications
Recently, both the Wall Street Journal and
NPR posted some very convincing arguments as to why the traditional angiogram
is no longer the ‘gold stand
ard’ in heart testing.