Some doctors and scientists think that there might be a genetic/hereditary component to aneurysms. As such, my primary care doctor has wanted me to get an MRA for quite a while. The test is like the reverse of an MRI. An MRI's image filters out the moving parts of your body to create a picture of what is not moving. An MRA filters out the still parts to create a picture of what is moving (i.e., my blood).
The result is this:
|looking straight at my face|
|Looking at the right side of my face|