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typically used with sharp kernel, which also generates noise artifact. However, in human medicine, investigators have used sharp kernel to reconstruct CTA images to measure the sizes of intracranial aneurysms, vertebral arteries, lower extremity arteries

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evaluation of cerebrovascular diseases such as aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations. 2,3 Conventional MRI scanners such as those with 1.5- and 3.0-T magnets are now readily available for use as a diagnostic tool in human neurology. However, at present

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than for any other procedure, which is similar to results for human medicine. In human patients, vascular procedures (eg, creation of a transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt, embolization of aneurysms, and correction of arteriovenous

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intima, ultimately resulting in arterial luminal stenosis of the great vessels. 6,7 Atherosclerosis can also lead to arterial aneurysms in pet birds. 8 Birds are susceptible to diet-induced and spontaneous atherosclerosis. 7 Spontaneous

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from the study because the MVP was > 1 mm. Of the 15 dogs excluded from the study, 3 had MR and 1 had a concomitant aortic aneurysm. Thus, 40 dogs were enrolled in the study, including 11 sexually intact males, 5 neutered males, 16 sexually intact

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