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    Default MRA for small unruptured aneurysm

    Iíve had 2 unruptured aneurysms monitored for about 20 years with CTAís. Iím going to have an MRA, but on a 1.5 Tesla rather than the 3T MRI because of the type of aneurysm clip I have. Iím concerned that it will not detect the very small aneurysms.

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    BACK TO BRAINTALK!

    I noticed you've been a member since 2006, so welcome back.

    I have no experience with aneurysms. My only thought is that you might discuss this concern with your physician, as well as the techs and radiologist performing the test. They should be able to answer your questions.

    Hope it all goes well. Please come back and update us.

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