My mother is 65 years old and diabetic for the last 15 to 20 years. During her last blood and urine test, there were some issues with lipid profile test apart from sugar fasting and PP. When doctor performed ECG, there was some problem with that also. Now the doctor had recommended CAG. My point of concern is as follows. Does the report clearly reflect the issue in the heart? She does not complain of pain in chest? Should we get either an echo or TMT before CAG? Which angiography is appropriate by keeping the age factor and diabetes in mind? That is, either CT angiography or normal angiography. Is there anything to get panic in this situation?
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