MRA Examples

Below are examples of MRA from the Diagnostic Clinic of Houston.

imageMRA of the Aortic Arch
The thoracic aorta (red arrows), left pulmonary artery (blue arrow), left atrium of the heart (yellow arrow), and right atrium of the heart (white arrow) depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA.

imageMRA of the Thoracic Aorta
The ascending and descending aorta (red arrows), main pulmonary artery (yellow arrow), and left atrium of the heart (blue arrow) depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA. 

imageMRA of the Right Pulmonary Artery
Right pulmonary artery (blue arrow), left atrium (yellow arrow), and aorta (red arrows) depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA.

imageMRA of the Renal Arteries
Renal arteries (red arrows), left renal vein (blue arrow), and abdominal aorta (yellow arrow) depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA. 

imageMRA of an Aorticiliac Arterial Occlusion
The abdominal aorta is occluded (white arrow). The iliac arteries (red arrows) are reconstituted by collateral vessels including the inferior epigastric arteries (yellow arrows). Depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA. 

imageMRA of Carotid Stenosis
Mild stenosis of the origins of the internal and external carotid arteries (yellow arrows). Depicted by gadolinium-enhanced MRA.

imageMRA of Carotid Artery
Common (blue arrow), Internal (red arrow), and External (yellow arrow) branches of the Left Carotid Artery. Depicted with gadolinium-enhanced MRA.

imageMRA of Neural Arch 
Carotid arteries (red arrows) and vertebral arteries (yellow arrows) in a patient’s neck. Depicted with gadolinium-enhanced MRA.

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