Stroke is increasingly treated by removing the vessel obstruction via endovascular thrombectomy. 3T imaging has shown wall enhancement after endovascular thrombectomy, and we hypothesize that 7T MR will be beneficial to visualize this enhancement as the higher field strength allows for higher resolution imaging. Seven patients were examined at 7T within two days after endovascular thrombectomy. Vessel wall images pre- and post-contrast administration were reviewed by two neuroadiologists, who rated the image quality as excellent in all cases. In all patients, wall enhancement was found, and correlated to the site of the stent-retriever rather than the site of the embolus.