Microvasculitis is used to refer to a disease or a set of diseases that involves an inflammation of the small blood vessels. This condition is treatable, and in the majority of the cases, remission has been achieved with a proper balance between the type of medicine and managing risks and the side effects caused by these medicines.
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Query: Hi doctor, Does MRA show arterioles? Does CTA show small vessels? Can SPECT tell microvasculitis from vasospasm in microvessel? Do arterioles and capillaries feel pain? Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read through your query in detail. Please find my observations below. A machine having high power magnet might be able to show arterioles in MRA (magnetic resonance angiography). A CTA (Computed tomography angiography) might show small vessels but not exactly art... Read Full »