Brain MRI

A Neuro-Quantitative Brain MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is used to safely examine your head for problems that affect cognitive function, memory, or those that could lead to greater health issues.

By using this type of imaging, the PLC team is able to get an up-close-and-personal look at your head and brain, and look for signs of stroke, fluid buildup, tumors, trauma, or atrophy. It may also reveal signs of certain chronic neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer’s Disease.

Any MRI works through the use of coiled wires to pass an electrical current through your body that will create a temporary magnetic field. A computer can then use radio waves sent by the MRI machine to create digital images of that area – in this case, your brain.

By detecting these signs early, Princeton Longevity Center will be able work with you on a customized care plan that may help avoid developing issues before they have a chance to materialize – or better address them if they do.

Overall, Neuro-Quantitative Brain MRIs are very safe, and allow us to better understand what’s going on in your head and how you can continue to take the best care of it for your future health. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team. We’re happy to help.