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Lawrence Memorial Hospital cardiologists Dr. Roger Dreiling, left, and Dr. Tapas Ghose, discuss a patient outside their offices at Cardiovascular Specialists of Lawrence on Monday, April 4, 2011. Ghose, who refers to Dreiling as his mentor, is among a small percentage of cardiologists who uses an artery in the arm rather than the leg for heart diagnostic tests and procedures. A study released Monday by the American College of Cardiology confirmed that the method Ghose prefers involved fewer complications.

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