What is considered the golden standard for visualizing intracranial vascular pathology?

What is considered the golden standard for visualizing intracranial vascular pathology?

Correct answer is C) Angiography, particularly Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA), a procedure that provides an image of the brain's blood vessels using contrast dye and X-rays, is considered the golden standard for visualizing intracranial vascular pathology. It provides detailed images of blood vessels. A) Incorrect. While MRI is commonly used, it is not considered the gold standard for visualizing intracranial vascular pathology. B) Incorrect. CT is widely used for head imaging, but it is not considered the gold standard for evaluating intracranial vascular issues. D) Incorrect. PET is a valuable imaging modality for certain applications, but it is not regarded as the gold standard for assessing intracranial vascular issues.

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