Brain MRI + Brain MRA

Brain MRI and Brain MRA offer a unique dual approach to comprehending the complexities of the human brain. Together, the non-invasive techniques not only facilitate precise diagnosis but also contribute to a deeper appreciation of brain health, ultimately guiding informed medical decisions and furthering the frontiers for preventive care.

  • P 20,000


  • 30 minutes

    Testing Time

Recommended for:

  • Patients at risk of arteriosclerosis such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, smoking history

It is useful for identifying discrete aneurysms, brain tumors, and cerebral infarction.

What are the Benefits of Brain MRI + Brain MRA?

  • Comprehensive visualization of brain structure and blood vessels, ensuring a holistic understanding of brain health.
  • Enable early detection of abnormalities, such as tumors, aneurysms, or vascular malformations.
  • Non-invasive procedures, minimizing discomfort and reducing the need for invasive exploratory surgeries.
  • Enhanced diagnostic accuracy, helping healthcare professionals differentiate between various neurological and vascular conditions.
  • Real-time monitoring to assess the effectiveness of interventions and make necessary adjustments promptly.
  • Reducing the risk of radiation exposure to patients.
  • With no need for needles or contrast agents in some cases, promoting patient compliance and reducing anxiety.


Frequently Asked Questions about Brain MRI + Brain MRA?

Brain MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) focuses on capturing detailed images of the brain’s internal structures, providing insights into its anatomy, abnormalities, and changes over time.

Brain MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiography) specifically visualizes the blood vessels within and around the brain, helping detect issues like aneurysms, stenosis, or vascular malformations.

No, both Brain MRI and Brain MRA are non-invasive procedures and are generally painless. Patients may experience mild discomfort from lying still during the scan, but the process is generally well-tolerated.

Patients with certain metal implants (like pacemakers) or metallic fragments in the eyes may not be eligible for MRI scans due to safety concerns.

Yes, both procedures can be used on patients of various ages, from infants to the elderly, depending on the medical necessity. Pediatric patients may require specialized considerations and techniques to ensure their comfort and safety during the scan.