Monitoring of inferior vena cava (IVC) filters for complications is commonly performed using CTA. It would be desirable to evaluate IVC-filters using MRA to avoid the need for ionizing radiation and to exploit the superior soft tissue contrast of MRA. Unfortunately, conventional contrast enhanced MRA (cMRA) techniques are limited by distortion and signal voids arising from metal in the IVC-filter. In this pilot study, we evaluated the feasibility of ultra-short echo time (UTE) MRA at 3.0T in nine patients with IVC-filters. Results demonstrate feasibility of free-breathing UTE-MRA for the assessment of IVC-filters with comparable IVC-depiction compared to cMRA.