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Neuroimaging Clin N Am. 1996 Aug;6(3):769-80.

The role of magnetic resonance angiography in the assessment of intracranial vascular disease.

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  • 1MRI Department, New York University Medical Center, New York, USA.


Magnetic resonance techniques have a significant role in the evaluation of intracranial vascular diseases; however, to achieve an appropriate diagnosis, a combination of both magnetic resonance imaging and angiography are needed. It is extremely important for the interpreting physician to be aware of the potential limitations of the techniques being used. With this knowledge, magnetic resonance techniques can eliminate the need for more invasive procedures. An overview of the current methods and their applications and limitations is provided.

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