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Brain MRI Cost in Delhi
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|MRI Brain scan||₹ 2,500|
|MRI Brain scan with contrast||₹ 5,500|
|MRI Brain scan Screening||₹ 1,050|
|MRI Brain scan with Seizure Protocol||₹ 2,850|
|MRI Brain scan Venography test||₹ 4,000|
|MRI Brain scan with Angiography||₹ 5,000|
|MRI Brain scan with CSF Flow study||₹ 4,500|
|MRI Brain scan with Diffusion Study||₹ 3,000|
|MRI Brain scan with Epilepsy Protocol||₹ 4,500|
|MRI Brain scan with orbit||₹ 5,000|
|MRI Brain scan with perfusion||₹ 5,000|
|MRI Brain scan with Pituitary||₹ 3,800|
|MRI Brain scan with Spectroscopy||₹ 5,000|
|MRI Brain scan with Venography||₹ 5,000|
|3T MRI Brain scan||₹ 3,720|
|3T MRI Brain scan Contrast||₹ 7,220|
|3T MRI Brain Screening||₹ 1,600|
|3T MRI scan Brain Seizure Protocol||₹ 7,000|
|3T MRI Brain scan with CSF Flow Study||₹ 9,500|
|3T MRI Brain scan with Diffusion Study||₹ 5,500|
|3T MRI Brain scan with Spectroscopy||₹ 11,400|
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Frequently Asked Questions About MRI Brain Scan
What is an MRI Brain Scan?
To get a detailed image of the inside of a brain, MRI scan of the brain is done. This is a harmless test because no radiation is involved. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, also called MRI, produces a magnetic field and uses radio waves to obtain the image.
Why is an MRI Brain Scan prescribed?
Since the technology passes through the bones of the head, MRI Scan can create images of the internal parts of the brain. Given below are the symptoms leading a doctor to prescribe an MRI of the brain.
- Aneurysms (bulged up blood vessels in the brain)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Hydrocephalus (built up spinal fluid in brain cavities)
- Problems with development
What are the different machines used in the MRI of a Brain?
The two types of machines used in the MRI Scan of a brain are:
- 5 Tesla (1.5T)
- 3 Tesla (3T)
The SI Unit of measure of magnetic field intensity is called Tesla. If the doctor hasn’t prescribed which machine is to be used, one is free to use any, according to their own preference. If you’re claustrophobic, i.e. you have a fear of closed or bound places, you can always choose the open MRI machine to get your brain scanned. Also, sedatives are given if the problem goes out of hands.
What is the technology used in an MRI scan of the brain?
A massive machine is used to create a strong resonating (alternating) magnetic field, which transmits multiple radio waves to highlight the tissues and abnormalities under inspection. The machine is like a hollow cylinder, which contains a translating bed on one side (for the patient to lie on).
Once the patient is on the bed, it goes inside the cylinder for the machine to generate the resonating magnetic field and thus, creating the images, which are then sent to the computer attached. Printouts can be taken to study the abnormalities further.
How do I prepare myself for the MRI of Brain?
Follow these simple steps before going for the MRI scan:
- Take off all the metal objects like jewelry, watches, piercings, credit/debit cards.
- Take off the hearing aids, if any.
- Don’t go inside the chambers with spectacles on.
- Take off the braces from your teeth.
- No hairpins, safety pins, metal zippers are to be taken inside.
- Pens, pocket knives, eye lenses must also be removed.
What are risks involved in an MRI Brain Scan?
- Excessive sedation is risky.
- An allergic reaction to the contrast material, if injected, is considered to be a very slight risk.
- Any metal element inside the MRI chambers can cause some problems in the MRI.
- If the kidneys are poorly functioned, heavy doses of contrast materials could be risky.