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The purpose of this research is to determine whether we can identify when changes in blood vessel shape over time are likely to occur, and to what extent those changes can be predicted by MRI studies. In order to determine that, we wish to investigate these methods in subjects who have aneurysmal disease.
The purpose of this study is to determine the usefulness of combining PET scan activity and MRI image biomarkers for the clinical management of spinal joint low back pain.
This is a prospective pilot study to determine the utility of MRI and high resolution intracranial vessel wall imaging for the diagnosis and disease activity assessment of intracranial vasculitis.
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