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If brain mr/mra with/without contrast detects 2 mm pca infundibula, can it also detect 2 to 3 mm brain arterial aneurysm if there is one in same study

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Dr. Neil Halin
Radiology - Interventional
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In brief: It should.

If the study has enough fine (spatial) resolution to see the infundibulum then it should be able to see an aneurysm.
Should is the key word. There are many reasons on MRI that something may or may not be seen and the arteriogram (angiogram) is the real final diagnostic study.

In brief: It should.

If the study has enough fine (spatial) resolution to see the infundibulum then it should be able to see an aneurysm.
Should is the key word. There are many reasons on MRI that something may or may not be seen and the arteriogram (angiogram) is the real final diagnostic study.
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