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A MRI may have shown a cluster of blood vessels in my brain. They are unsure. They ordered a angiogram. What if they don't see a cluster?

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Dr. Colin Kerr
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In brief: No cluster?

Actually, what you really want is for them not to see a cluster. This would tend to mean that the original findings on the MRI were a "false positive"--something that looked abnormal without any real abnormality.
This happens a fair amount. Good luck.

In brief: No cluster?

Actually, what you really want is for them not to see a cluster. This would tend to mean that the original findings on the MRI were a "false positive"--something that looked abnormal without any real abnormality.
This happens a fair amount. Good luck.
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