MRI Brain With Epilepsy Protocol
What is MRI Brain With Epilepsy Protocol?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Brain With Epilepsy Protocol is an imaging test that provides an accurate picture of the structures of the brain using magnetic and radio waves. The epilepsy protocol MRI is different from a standard brain MRI because the procedure is more focused to look at the structural abnormalities in the brain that could lead to seizures.
This test is done to identify areas of scar tissue, blood vessels abnormalities, brain lesion, and changes in the normal brain tissue that could lead to seizures. The common symptoms of epilepsy include muscle jerking, brief loss of consciousness or awareness, weakness, and anxiety.
Brain imaging with MRI is a safe and painless procedure.