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Comment from: montana, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: April 01

I was anxious along with injection of contrast. It was over in 30-40 minutes. I used earphones for music. A person guided me every step and didn't mind at all. I was worked up over nothing. I wouldn't be concerned if I needed another one.

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