Angiography and interventions

Interventional cardiology is now the top sub specialty in cardiology, sought after by most fellows in training. Though coronary interventions are most common, a wide range of other interventions are frequently done in the cathlab.  Read more…

Cardiac CT scan

Computed tomography (CT) is now being widely used in cardiology. Starting from CT coronary angiogram to CT Pulmonary angiogram cardiac CT provides excellent three dimensional images. Read more…

Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (CMR) imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging can provide dyeless angiography in peripheral vascular disease. CMR is becoming increasingly popular for viability assessment and evaluation of myocardial disease.
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Cardiology Multiple Choice Questions

When it comes to competitive entrance examinations, multiple choice questions are still commonly employed. You
can try out the MCQs as they are published and interact.
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Cardiology X-Ray

X-Rays are widely used in cardiology, both at the bedside in intensive care units and in other settings. It is relatively inexpensive and provides a lot of useful information. Read more…

ECG/Electrophysiology

ECG has been around for more than a century. Electrophysiology is its derivative! Read more…

Echocardiography

Echocardiography is now not confined to echo labs. It is widely used in emergency department, intensive care units and operating rooms. Read more…

Nuclear cardiology

Nuclear cardiology studies are still limited to a few centers. With positron emission tomography being available in more centers, a lot more information can be gained. Read more…