Above is a screen grab of the color coded 3D mapping of the brain. We have affiliated scanning facilities in over 100 U.S. cities. In Diffusion Tensor Imaging, a magnetic pulse is sent from a variety of angles around the brain. The imaging records the movement of the fluids, mostly water, in the brain at a microscopic level. FDA Cleared, DTI scans show what traditional MRI’s and CT Scans are unable to reveal. Finally, we have the diagnostic evidence to match symptoms with pathology. The result is we can now confidentally match treatment with symptoms.
Limited DTI Reports vs Comprehensive DTI Reports
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Watch the Short Video (3 minutes) Above On Diffusion Tensor Imaging
- Diffusion Tensor Imaging allows direct in vivo examination of damage to the brain microstructure, white matter tracts, and diffuse axonal injury after Traumatic Brain Injury.
- We will arrange for a DTI scan to be performed at a local NBII-affiliated neuro-imaging facility.
- This specialized study will then be interpreted by NBII’s own Board Certified and Fellowship-trained Neuroradiologist.
Imaging Services Available in All 50 States
Clinical Locations in Texas, California and Florida
Coming soon to Colorado, Arizona,
Louisiana, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama
LDR + CDR
We can do Limited DTI Reports (LDR) and Comprehensive DTI Reports (CDR).
The difference in the two, other than cost is as stated.
The CDR is comprehensive. It pairs with our ICE (Initial Comprehensive Evaluation) which is a three hour long telemed evaluation to determine the number of symptoms and their severity. The CDR Report includes a full scale of quantification of all injuries with matching tractography. The LDR report accomplishes the same aim of the CDR – providing objective evidence. However it is designed for cases that usually do not merit the use of experts.
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