NuChoice offers MRA scans that are used to produce two- or three-dimensional images of the structures inside a patient’s body (including blood vessels).
MRA scans do not require X-ray exposure to find arteries that are becoming too narrow unlike computed tomography (CT) scans or angiograms. MRA scans may also be used to develop your treatment plan.
MRAs vs. MRIs
Both MRIs and MRAs are used to view internal parts of the body. MRIs are used for joint injuries, brain abnormalities, and various other abnormalities while MRAs are used for aortic coarctation, strokes, carotid artery disease, heart disease, and other blood vessel issues
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