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Marion Heart Associates P.A.

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Marion Heart Associates P.A.At Marion Heart Associates and Marion Internal Medicine Associates in Ocala and Summerfield, Florida, we offer a comprehensive array of onsite diagnostics that provide our doctors with the information they need to make a prompt and accurate diagnosis of your condition.

Our onsite non-invasive tests include:

Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) Studies

Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) studies uses an ultrasound Doppler to diagnose Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

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Bone Density Screening

A bone density test uses X-rays to determine whether you have osteoporosis or are at risk of developing osteoporosis. It measures how much calcium is in your bones; the more calcium you have, the denser and stronger your bones are.

Learn more about Bone Density Scan (DXA).

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Cardiac PET Scans

Cardiac PET scans measure blood flow to the heart and are used to detect and diagnose coronary heart disease.

Learn more about Cardiac PET scans.

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Continuous glucose monitoring is a device that records blood sugar levels 24 hours a day for three consecutive days. It can help identify fluctuations and trends that would otherwise go undetected with standard HbA1c tests and intermittent finger stick measurements. Your doctor will review the data gathered by the device and make any necessary adjustments in your diabetes management plan. 

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Echocardiogram

Echocardiogram is a Doppler ultrasound of the heart to evaluate heart function. Echocardiogram is also referred to as transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE), Doppler ultrasound of the heart, or surface echo. Learn more about echocardiogram.

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Electrocardiogram (EKG)

Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) identifies if the heart is beating normally by measuring the heart's electrical activity. Learn more about electrocardiogram

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External Counterpulsation (ECP)

External counterpulsation (ECP) is a device that helps circulate blood for the treatment of ischemic heart disease (angina).

Learn more about External Counterpulsation Therapy.

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Event Monitor / Holter Monitor

An event or Holter monitor records the heart rhythm. The device is worn for a period of time to record the heart's rhythm when you have symptoms. Event or Holter monitors are used to help heart doctors diagnose cardiac arrhythmia.

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Nuclear CardiologyNuclear Cardiology

Nuclear cardiology studies (stress testing and heart strength assessment) show images of how the heart pumps blood while it is beating. Nuclear cardiology studies help heart doctors diagnose coronary artery disease and predict the prognosis of people with heart failure.

 

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Stress Tests

A cardiac stress test is an electrocardiogram that evaluates how the heart works during exercise. A stress test may also be referred to as an exercise test or treadmill test. Learn more about heart stress testing.

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Vascular Ultrasound

A vascular ultrasound shows how blood flows in the both the veins and arteries. It is used to detect if there are any areas where the veins and arteries are narrow or blocked.

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Peripheral Artery Ultrasound

A peripheral arterial ultrasound test can screen for stroke, peripheral artery disease of the legs, and aortic aneurysm, a common and potentially fatal disease.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

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Peripheral Venous Ultrasound

A peripheral venous ultrasound is a simple imaging assessment that creates images of veins to identify the direction of blood flow and blockages. Venous ultrasound is useful for identifying clots (deep vein thrombosis), varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

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Abdominal Ultrasound

An abdominal ultrasound is an imaging procedure used to examine the internal organs of the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys, as well as the blood vessels that lead to some of these organs. It is used to diagnose the cause of abdominal pain or kidney infections, or to diagnose a hernia, kidney stones or gallstones.

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Renal Ultrasound

A renal ultrasound is an imaging procedure used to study the renal system, which includes the kidneys, bladder, and ureters (the tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder). It is used to look for changes in the bladder wall, kidneys, or ureters; kidney stones or stones in the urinary tract; and blood flow to the kidneys.

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Thyroid Ultrasound

A thyroid ultrasound is an imaging method used to view the thyroid, a gland in the neck that regulates metabolism. A thyroid ultrasound is usually done to diagnose a growth on the thyroid gland and determine if it is a cyst or benign or cancerous tumor.

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Main Ocala Office:
1805 SE Lake Weir Avenue
Ocala, FL 34471
Phone: 352.867.9600
Fax: 352.867.9603
West Ocala Office
(Jasmine Plaza)

7750 SW 60th Ave
Suite B
Ocala, FL 34481
Phone: 352.873.8775
Fax: (352) 509.7823
Summerfield Office:
10369 SE 175th Place
Suite 200
Summerfield, FL 34491
Phone: 352.867.9600
Fax: 352.867.9603