Cardiovascular Imaging Program

State-of-the-art imaging for better CVD diagnosis and treatment

Cardiovascular imaging uses the most advanced technology available to capture images of the heart, arteries and blood vessels in order to better diagnose cardiovascular disease. The Lankenau Heart Institute not only uses state-of-the-art, high resolution imaging tools such as cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR), computed tomography (CT) and PET scanners, but also focuses on the development of novel, technologies and diagnostic and non-invasive tests.

These various imaging technologies allow physicians to make accurate diagnoses and determine the appropriate treatment plan to ensure patient safety. These specialists are referred to as "imaging physicians" because they determine the most appropriate way to image or study the structure and function of the heart in order to diagnose many types of heart disease.

Our cardiovascular imaging services include:

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Cardio-Oncology Program

Lankenau Heart Institute cardiologists with expertise in cancer-related heart problems are working with oncology colleagues across Main Line Health to coordinate cancer treatment with heart care. Main Line Health Cardio-Oncology Program is devoted to protecting heart health after a cancer diagnosis.

Vascular Surgery

Our surgeons perform hundreds of procedures to open blocked arteries and restore healthy blood flow with traditional open surgery as well as minimally invasive and endovascular interventions.

Women's Heart Disease

Women's Heart Initiative is a comprehensive health care program specifically dedicated to education and awareness about women's heart care.

Coronary Artery Disease Program

We approach coronary artery disease with preventive strategies along with medication therapy and the least invasive yet most sophisticated surgical techniques available.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Of patients who have completed cardiac rehabilitation program at a Main Line Health facility, 95 percent show improvement in functional ability and 100 percent of patients report overall improvement in their quality of life.

Philadelphia Goes Red for Women

Through Go Red for Women, Main Line Health and the American Heart Association (AHA) are committed to unlocking new strategies—grounded in science—that provide women with the resources and tools they need to live a heart healthy lifestyle at every age.

Senior Health

Main Line Health experts provide specialized care so adults of all ages can maintain their independence and live life to the fullest.

Peripheral Artery and Venous Disease Program

Our team evaluates your risk factors and uses the latest treatment advances and novel techniques to restore blood flow throughout your body and to minimize your risk for heart attack, stroke and amputation.

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