This test uses magnets and radio waves to create detailed images of the blood vessels in your neck.
Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) of the neck is a test that uses magnets and radio waves to create detailed images of the blood vessels in your neck. This is done before and after a dye is put into a vein in your arm or hand. The dye helps to highlight the blood vessels in your head, so they can be seen better.
MRA machines use powerful magnets, so tell your health care provider if you have any metal or medical devices in your body.
The costs for this test include the charge for the test (facility charge) and physician charges (for performing or interpreting the test). You may get separate bills from the facility and the physician's office.
What should I ask my health care provider before having this test?
Remind your health care provider if there are any metal(s) or medical device(s) in your body.
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