What You Should Know About MRI And CAT Scans

At Ronald W. Ramirez, Attorney at Law, we pride ourselves on being vital resources for our clients dealing with traumatic brain injuries. We focus on educating them on all aspects of their case and give them peace of mind that they have an advocate at their side exploring all options. Because of the importance of medical records in a brain injury case, one of the more significant issues our clients face involves the strengths and weaknesses of CT scans and MRIs.

The Differences Between MRIs And CAT Scans

CT scanners became commercially viable in 1971. Ten years later, the first commercial MRI revealed a significant increase in resolution and choice of imaging sequences. Other important differences include: