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Published on Sep 19, 2012
When someone goes to the emergency room with chest pain, how do doctors determine if the person is having a heart attack or some other issue? Advances in technology may be changing the way doctors diagnose chest pain.
In this interview, the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Dr. Charles White, professor of radiology, and Dr. Shawn Robinson, assistant professor of cardiology, discuss diagnosing chest pain, including causes other than a heart attack.