MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging AKA the procedure wherein many non-claustrophobic people find out what claustrophobia kinda feels like. MRI is an important tool in diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis and in monitoring disease progression. Last week I underwent the least stressful MRI that I have ever experienced (thanks Ativan!). What is MRI for Multiple Sclerosis?
Depending on your disease activity and medication you are probably being scanned anywhere from every 6 months to every 2 years. How does the MRI work and what does it teach us? Today we are discussing traditional MRI for Multiple Sclerosis.