Angiography is a form of medical test that helps various physicians to diagnose and treat different medical conditions and diseases of the blood vessels. Angiography examinations produce clear pictures of major blood vessels throughout the body and can be easily be performed with one of three imaging technologies and, in some cases contrast material is also administered.
Angiography is performed using:

  • Fluoroscopy (x-rays) to help the interventional radiologist place catheters into the blood vessels of the body. The
  • computed tomography (CT)
  • magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

In magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), there is a powerful magnetic field, with radio frequency waves and a computer produce detailed images of the major arteries within the body is produced which helps the experts to diagnose the problems easily. MR angiography does not use ionizing radiation and there are no side effects of undergoing such processes.

MRA can be performed with or without different contrast material. If needed, the contrast material is usually administered through a small intravenous (IV) catheter that is placed in a vein in the arm. These kind of tests are done to get the treatment done correctly and get hold of the problems that an individual is facing. Getting the right treatment can prove to be fruitful for the one. Here are certain benefits of undergoing such examinations:

  • Used for diagnosing and availing detailed pictures of inside your head, body, legs and arms
  • Can be used to look at problems with your blood vessels without using surgery
  • Painless

The professionals also get the right treatment way to treat the patient
correctly without missing out on important points. Proper treatment can
save a patient’s health.