Can an MRI scan show significant cognitive impairment?

Yes. An MRI scan can show cognitive impairment if it is caused by a readily observable structural abnormality such as a stroke, tumor or degenerative changes in the brain.

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Can an MRI scan show cognitive impairment?

NO. Mri is an imaging device that is independent of function. Think of your car mechanic and a problem with your car. Lifting the hood and looking is like getting an mri. A good mechanic will want to turn it on and drive around and think carefully about what may be wrong. A good brain mechanic will ask appropriate questions and get appropriate tests and think about what may be wrong. Read more...