CT and MR Angiography

CT and MR Angiography are non-invasive techniques used to evaluate the integrity of vessels in patients with strokes, tumors or dissections. CTA uses a dynamic IV injection of contrast with a real time aquisition of data of the neck or brain for optimal vascular reconstruction. CT is better a differentiating soft from hard plaques and is better in patients with heavy calcifications. MRA can be done with or without contrast administration, and does not need x ray exposure, but may be susceptible to certain metallic and flow artifacts.

Exam offered at following locations:

Mitchell A. Goldman, MD, Diagnostic Imaging Center
Long Island Jewish Medical Center
North Shore University Hospital
North Shore-LIJ Imaging at Glen Cove
North Shore-LIJ Imaging at Great Neck
North Shore-LIJ Imaging at Great South Bay 
Staten Island University Hospital
Forest Hills Hospital
Franklin Hospital
Huntington Hospital
Plainview Hospital
Southside Hospital


Last Update

December 6, 2012
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