MR Angiography With Contrast
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What is MR Angiography With Contrast?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Angiography helps to view the blood vessels. A contrast material is injected to produce detailed pictures of blood vessels. It uses strong magnetic field and radio waves to create images in detail. The 2D (two dimensional) or 3D (three dimensional) images can be viewed on the monitor and can be printed on the film.
Why is MR Angiography With Contrast done?
- To detect the properties of blood or other fluids like cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
- To diagnose any blockage (occlusion), abnormal narrowing (stenosis) or weakness in the arteries, veins and aorta.
- To find out any congenital abnormalities right from childhood in blood vessels.
- To evaluate aneurysms (ruptured or dilated blood vessel wall) of neck, brain, thorax, abdomen, leg and knidneys.
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