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MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and biopsy: It is the most valuable test to detect the abnormal in brain. A head MRI uses magnetic fields but it is a different type of image than what is produced by computed tomography (CT) and produces detailed images of the body. Like computed tomography (CT), a contrast agent may be injected into a patient’s vein to create a better picture.

Patient #1: Presented with increasing headaches


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