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Cardiovascular Medicine

Cardiac CT Program

About Us

The cardiac CT program at MCW is a joint program between MCW Cardiovascular Medicine and Radiology. MCW has a legacy in patient care and contributions to the development of this non-invasive technology for imaging the heart in unique ways. A computerized tomography (CT) of the heart consists of the reconstruction of multiple X-Rays of the heart taken simultaneously. CT scans of the heart are useful to assist in the prediction, diagnosis, and planning for the treatment of heart disease. learn more
Cardiac CT Program

Meet Our Team

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Dhiraj Baruah, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

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W. Dennis Foley, MD

Professor; Associate Program Director, Abdominal/Body Fellowship; Section of Abdominal/Body Imaging, Division of Diagnostic Radiology

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Zachary R. Laste, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology

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David S. Marks, MD, MBA

Director of Cardiovascular Clinical Trials

Comprehensive Treatment Options

The Cardiac CT Program offers a full range of modalities to assist providers in the care of the planning. This includes calcium scoring, coronary angiography, CT fractional flow reserve computation (CT-FFR) and pericardial imaging. A full range of procedure planning, including 3 dimensional reconstruction, is available for structural heart disease. These modalities include aortic/mitral valve replacement, left atrial appendage closure, pulmonary vein isolation, aortic intervention, and other procedures where high resolution imaging is required for procedural planning.

Contact Us

Referring Physicians Information
To transfer a patient or consult with a specialist: Call the Access Center at (414) 805-4700 or (877) 804-4700.
(For physicians and staff only.)

 

Nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Patient Information
Please call 1-800-DOCTORS to make an appointment in the Cardiovascular Medicine clinic.                 
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