I had an MRV of my head, and have never previously had an MRI with contrast. It seemed there would be NO difference to the patient really. The only thing that MAY be different, is, I assume when you get an MRI with contrast, it is simply an injection. While with an MRV, they insert a small IV (similar to injection, just that it stays in during the scan).Sarahbellum wrote:Is it similar to having an MRI with contrast?
Sarahbellum wrote:I will be a participant in the Jacobs Neurological Institute study and will have an MRV. Is it similar to having an MRI with conrrast?
Very excited about qualifying for this study. Buffalo is my hometown so I will get to visit again. The weather is not as bad as rumored. And if you like chicken wings, Frank and Theresa's Anchor Bar is the HOME of chicken wings and near Buffalo General Hospital and was a hospital hangout when my mother was a nurse there.
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