Vessel wall magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a novel imaging technique that allows the intracranial vessel walls to be imaged directly. This state-of the art imaging modality may potentially change the way aneurysms are evaluated and managed. In this short review we discuss the current knowledge with illustrative cases.
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