Health experts have a pretty good idea of what causes heart disease.
But when it comes to diagnosing a heart condition, it’s not easy.
Here’s a look at the basics of diagnosing and treating heart disease, and how you can take a more holistic approach.
The first thing to know is that there are multiple diagnoses of heart disease and many of them overlap.
This can make it hard to know where to start.
But, there are three main diagnostic tests that are commonly used: a family history, genetic testing, and a CT scan.
Each of these tests has pros and cons depending on the circumstances.
Here are the pros and the cons of each test.
A family history is the best way to get an idea of your family’s history of heart problems.
It is the most reliable way to rule out other conditions that might be contributing to your heart problems, and it’s more accurate than genetic testing.
Genetic testing can only provide a snapshot of your genealogy, but it can provide a rough estimate of your risk.
Genetic tests can also provide a glimpse into your history of other health conditions, such as diabetes or cancer.
A CT scan is a simple way to diagnose your heart condition.
CT scans are typically performed by an imaging machine that looks at a blood clot in your chest and compares it to a CT image.
The image of your heart can be viewed through a screen on your computer.
You can usually get a CT scanned if your family member has a history of cardiac arrest, has had a heart attack, or had a major heart surgery.
CT scanners are also used for cancer screenings.
If you have a history or are suspected of having a heart disease or cancer, you should get CT scans.