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CT Angiography of the Head and Neck

CT Angiography of the Head and Neck

We recommend a CT angiography of the head and neck when there are important reasons against performing an MRI scan. In most cases, a CT angiogram is necessary when there is the possibility of a constriction of the internal carotid arteries or the vertebral arteries requiring treatment or when there are abnormalities of the cerebral vessels within the skull.

If the carotid arteries are highly constricted, CT angiography helps with the planning of vascular surgery or a balloon dilatation with a stent implantation. Likewise, we can control your further progress after a stent implantation using this technology.