Hi! The subject of mri never came up when my boy was two. CT scan involves radiation, but not MRI. He had neither. However, he has since had 3 mri's for another, more serious reason. He had a pituitary gland tumor. You can't help but wonder if the old injury had anything to do with development of a brain tumor. My son is 14 now, and not well, for yet another reason - severe orthostatic intolerance.
My son banged his head badly when he was two. Docs said he was fine, but I still wonder if this had anything to do with his development of Sensory Processing Disorder. Hope you and your little ones are feeling good today! Enzy
oh, good luck with evaluations. My son was diagnosed at 4 and is now 5 1/2. The first time we eval. him, he was 3 and it was inconclusive but by 4 it was really obvious. Occupational therapy has been wonderful! What are the issues with your child if I may ask?
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