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An MRI scan of the brain can detect tumors, inflammation, strokes and other neurological diseases at an early stage.


MRI is primarily used in the area of the brain and spinal cord to determine:

  • Brain tumors: glioblastoma, meningioma, etc.
  • Vascular malformations: Aneurysms, angiomas, etc.
  • Circulatory disorders: Micro- and macroangiopathy, vascular occlusion, stroke, encephalopathy in hypertension, etc.
  • Inflammatory and infectious brain diseases: Multiple sclerosis, meningitis, etc.
  • Neurodegenerative diseases: Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, etc.

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Stroke diagnostics with diffusion-weighted MRI


Determination of the risk of stroke

Intracranial vessels

An MR angiography can save lives

Early detection of aneurysms

Examination of Family Members in the Event of an Aneurysm Diagnosis

Data from a large study on familial aneurysms, the Familial Intracranial Aneurysm Study, shows that family members of patients with an aneurysm have a significant risk of also developing an aneurysm. For first-degree relatives (parents, children and siblings), the probability is around 20%. Women and people who have smoked in the past and/or have high blood pressure are particularly at risk.

Therefore, aneurysm screening with an imaging examination of the cerebral arteries is usually recommended, especially in first-degree relatives. If an aneurysm is found, a neurosurgeon must decide whether treatment of the aneurysm is necessary. If no aneurysm is detected, regular repeat examinations should be carried out, as an aneurysm may develop over time.