Guidelines call for MRI, not CT for stroke diagnosis

07/13/2010 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

New American Academy of Neurology guidelines support study data showing diffusion magnetic resonance imaging is better than computed tomography for diagnosing strokes caused by lack of blood flow to the brain. Many physicians prefer using a CT scan because it usually is more readily available and takes less time to administer.

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