Superior demonstration by magnetic resonance angiography
A case of intracavernous aneurysm in a 56-year-old woman is reported. The superiority of MRI and MRA in the diagnosis is shown.
Key wordsMagnetic resonance angiography Carotid artery aneurysm
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