Alexander Disease

My Doctor thinks I may have Alexander Disease...

Why do I need an MRI?

If your doctor recommended a brain MRI to rule out or to track the progression of Alexander Disease you will likely want a definitive and timely diagnosis. Smart Choice MRI is dedicated to providing you with exceptional service and value at this important time.

Unlike an x-ray, an MRI of the brain clearly demonstrates the soft tissues and structures of the brain. Specifically for Alexander Disease, the MRI will provide detailed images and information on the health and volume of white matter in the region of the brain that your symptoms are related to.

Our radiologists at the Cleveland Clinic, recently rated one of top hospitals in the country, are committed to providing you and your doctor with the most accurate diagnosis available. In the case of a brain or cervical MRI, that means only a dedicated Neuroradiologist (a radiologist that has undergone specialized training in the field of neurology and has passed a board examination in Neuroradiology) will interpret your exam. Comparison to any prior advanced imaging studies will be required to fully evaluate your condition. Click here to learn more about our radiology team.

Why Choose Smart Choice?

Smart Choice MRI opened its doors five years ago to provide patients in Southeastern Wisconsin with transparent and affordable imaging services. Many of us have seen our deductibles go up or have transitioned to high-deductible insurance plans. That’s why Smart Choice MRI charges just $600 for every MRI, including contrast exams. Click here to learn more about our transparent, low-cost pricing model.

Ready to Make an Appointment?

Ready to make an appointment or to learn more about Smart Choice MRI? To schedule an appointment, or to send us a general inquiry, click here. We also welcome your questions via email at eric@smartchoicemri.com or by phone at 414-431-0309. 

For Further information:

Organizations

National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
P.O. Box 1968
(55 Kenosia Avenue)
Danbury, CT   06813-1968
orphan@rarediseases.org
http://www.rarediseases.org
Tel: 203-744-0100 Voice Mail 800-999-NORD (6673)
Fax: 203-798-2291

United Leukodystrophy Foundation
2304 Highland Drive
Sycamore, IL   60178
office@ulf.org
http://www.ulf.org
Tel: 815-895-3211 800-728-5483
Fax: 815-895-2432

For further information, please visit http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/alexander_disease/alexander_disease.htm

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