The new heart scans offer patients significant benefits. They can be completed in a fraction
of the time required for an angiogram, with no recovery time necessary. Furthermore, the
scans are more sensitive and can identify problem areas that an angiogram might not
perceive. However, heart scans use more radiation than most diagnostic procedures, and can
cause undue concern over and treatment for the harmless abnormalities often picked up by
such sensitive technology. Which of the following conclusions is best supported by the
A) A heart scan is safer than an angiogram procedure.
b) Patients should not be concerned about heart abnormalities that appear in a heart scan.
c) A heart scan could result in indirect harm by causing a patient to undergo risky, unnecessary
d) An angiogram is the more appropriate of the two procedures for most patients.
e) The heart scan is a more expensive procedure than the angiogram.
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