In multiple sclerosis MRI scans are often used as a diagnostic tool to detect lesions on the brain. MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a process of using powerful magnets and radio waves to analyse the different types of tissue in the human body.
Speak to other MSers to find out about their experiences of MRI scans or to ask any questions you might have.
11 videos about MRI
MRI’s can miss 40% of MS lesions? We didn’t know that.
Should MSers be having more frequent MRI’s to monitor activity?
Is there a way to measure brain volume loss at diagnostic appointments?
How the thinking behind MS treatment is evolving
What should I be asking my Neurologist about my MRI scan?
What are the differences between treatment in Australia and the UK?
Tony talks about the role of MRI scans in the diagnosis of MS
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