Magnetic resonance angiography

What is Magnetic resonance angiography?

A magnetic resonance angiogram (MRA) is a type of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to provide pictures of blood vessels inside the body. In many cases MRA can provide information that can't be obtained from an X-ray, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scan.

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Headache 6 days muscle cramps nausea moving around get up get going makes headache more intense some pressure right temple area pain sunlight...

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Migraine, increased intracranial pressure must be seen by doctor asap

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I am 53 yo female. LMC 2013. I lift weights and exercise cardio regularly. Lately I have been having episodes of feeling "off balance" not dizzy or...

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Transient episodes of "off-balance"

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Heart surgery 2 blockages 10 yrs ago chest pain on and off every day. Tired all the time and now lips started twichting. ? Lost vision in one eye 1...

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Kindly consult a neurologist and a cardiologist at the earliest

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Headache 6 days muscle cramps nausea moving around get up get going makes headache more intense some pressure right temple area pain sunlight...

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Heart surgery 2 blockages 10 yrs ago chest pain on and off every day. Tired all the time and now lips started twichting. ? Lost vision in one eye 1...

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I am 53 yo female. LMC 2013. I lift weights and exercise cardio regularly. Lately I have been having episodes of feeling "off balance" not dizzy or...

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yes doctor. thanks.my sister is having paralysis on right side. she can't speak.according to her reports, she is having large acute nonhaemorrhagic...

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I just had an MRI and MRA done because of a Thunderclap type headache and subsequent 10 more consecutive days of head pain. My MRA came back normal...

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