This test uses different types of ultrasounds (sound waves) to create images of the heart and the flow of blood through the heart.
A heart ultrasound, or echocardiogram, and blood flow study is the use of two different types of ultrasounds (sound waves) to create images of the heart and the flow of blood through its chambers and blood vessels. This test can help your healthcare provider determine if your heart has been damaged or weakened.
A doppler echocardiogram may be done in a doctor's office or hospital.
What should I ask my healthcare provider before having this test?
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