Picture of Paul before the MRI :)
So, this would be P.J's eighth MRI in the Past year. Unfortunately, even with the best MRI it is near impossible to tell what is damaged brain and what isn't...but we will see what this MRI says, we should know in a few days. This is how we have understood it; Since his brain is still developing at his age it is really hard to see the dysplasia--as he ages it will become more and more visible---Problem is the longer we wait to stop the problem areas the more damage could be done and the ability to recover from a brain surgery is more difficult. Plus at this point his brain is a ticking time bomb....we don't know how bad this could truly get or when it could happen. Anyway, we are waiting on his PET scan here in a couple of weeks to get a better idea of what is going on inside the cute little head of his :)
After the MRI...not the happiest coming out of sedation!