We evaluated the usefulness of non-contrast enhanced ultrashort TE MRA (Silent MRA) for intracranial aneurysms treated with flow-diverter (FD) stents and coils. FD stent has a higher metal coverage, thus it is difficult to visualize in-stent flow using TOF-MRA, due to the magnetic susceptibility. In contrast, silent MRA uses ultrashort TE, therefore may visualize in-stent flow. In silent MRA, in-stent flow score was superior to that of TOF-MRA (p<0.05). Moreover, aneurysm occlusion status was in good agreement with X-ray DSA (κ = 0.84). Therefore, silent MRA is useful for the evaluation of intracranial aneurysms treated with FD stents and coils.