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What is MRI Perfusion?
The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan test uses strong magnetic and radio waves to create detailed and clear 3D images. The MRI Perfusion uses a contrast dye that is injected into a patient before having the MRI scan. Contrast agents helps to monitor the delivery of blood to tissues in the brain. It is a radiation less test which creates detailed images of tissues in the brain. These images can be stored on an electronic device which can be printed on a film. The complete procedure takes about 40-60 minutes.
Why is MRI Perfusion done?
- To diagnose ischaemic condition like cerebral infarction (dead brain tissue which results from the narrowed or blocked arteries supplying blood and oxygen to the brain
- To find out area of the brain damaged due to lack of blood supply
- To detect moya moya disease (blocked brain arteries)
Preparation for MRI Perfusion
- At the time of the MRI you might be asked to remove any metallic coins, jewelry, metal wrist watches, metallic keys, dentures or hearing aids as the MRI uses strong magnetic fields
- Tell your radiologist if you have metallic implants like pacemaker, cochlear implants, aneurysm clips, neuro-stimulator, surgical staples/clips or drug implants
- Pregnant women should inform their doctor about their pregnancy before going for MRI
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