When You Should Get a Brain MRI
A brain MRI is a painless scan that uses magnetic resonance imaging to produce detailed images of the brain. This procedure helps diagnose new neurological conditions or to monitor existing conditions. Sometimes, the use of contrast dye is used to enhance the images of the brain and increase the visibility of tumors, blood vessels, and inflammation. When you need a brain MRI in New Jersey, count on the qualified radiologists at ImageCare Centers.
This procedure isn’t something typically done on a whim but is recommended after a patient sustains a head injury, suffers a stroke, or has a seizure. Additionally, your doctor may order a brain MRI to investigate symptoms including:
- Changes in thinking or behavior
- Blurry vision
- Chronic headaches
What Can a Brain MRI Detect?
A brain MRI can detect a variety of disorders and conditions of the brain, including:
- Aneurysms or bulging in the blood vessels of the brain
- Multiple sclerosis
- Spinal cord injuries
- Hydrocephalus or fluid buildup in brain cavities
- Hemorrhages or bleeding in the brain
- Inflammation and swelling
- Structural issues
Count on ImageCare Centers for Your MRI Brain Scan
When your doctor recommends a brain MRI, allow the experienced radiologists at ImageCare Centers in New Jersey to take care of you. We will work with your physician to produce the images needed to diagnose and treat neurological diseases and conditions. Accurate results and patient comfort are our top priorities when patients are receiving a brain MRI at our imaging facility. Our imaging centers are designed with patient comfort in mind. Patients may relax and listen to their favorite radio station while undergoing their exams in our Siemens brand extra-roomy short-bore MRI machines and open 3T MRI machines (at select locations). Our accredited, highly trained technologists will make every effort to make even the most anxious patient comfortable.
Call ImageCare Centers today at (973) 556-4910 to learn more and to schedule your appointment for a brain MRI in New Jersey.