The cardiac specialists at the Ohio State Heart and Vascular Center offer the latest in heart tests and diagnostics to accurately diagnose your heart condition as quickly as possible. If you have heart disease, you need an experienced team on your side that can get the condition under control and help you get relief from your troublesome symptoms. The heart and vascular team at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center have the skills and techniques to do just that.
Why choose Ohio State for your heart tests
We have a dedicated team of specially trained cardiovascular imaging specialists who work closely with your cardiologist to accurately diagnose your heart condition. Our imaging team not only reads the results of your imaging test but also knows how to interpret them as it applies to your potential treatment plan.
Level III training – All our imaging specialists have the highest cardiac imaging training ensuring accuracy and safety.
State-of-the-art technology available to you
You’ll undergo your cardiac imaging testing in our world-class facility with the latest imaging equipment and technology. Some of the newest and best technology includes:
- Cardiac MRI low-field scanner – first-in-the-nation, low-field, ultra-wide cardiac MRI scanner to help patients whose size or claustrophobia has prevented successful cardiac MRIs in the past
- Cardiac MRI (CMR) – extremely detailed and thorough evaluation of your heart to diagnose and guide treatment of your heart condition
- Thoracic MRI angiography (MRA) – a type of cardiac MRI used to diagnose and monitor aortic aneurysms
- Coronary artery calcium scoring (CACS) – low-cost scan to identify early indications of heart disease
- Coronary CT angiography (CCTA) – high-resolution scan to evaluate your heart’s blood vessels and check for blockages
- CT transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVR) pre-procedural planning – detailed tool used prior to a lifesaving TAVR procedure to make the procedure safer
- Congenital CT – detailed imaging of your heart for those who have complex congenital heart disease
Cardiac imaging scans
Lipoprotein(a) levels and testing