Dr. Heymann and I saw a 1 month old girl in clinic today with a port wine stain that was concerning for possible SWS. No history of neurologic problems. We are sending her to the pediatric ophthalmologist. In reviewing the literature regarding when to get neuroimaging, I found that some authors are recommending getting a contrast-enhanced MRI within the first 3 months of life. The rationale for this is based on recent data suggesting that aspirin may prevent neurologic complications of SWS. Do you agree with this approach, or are you waiting to check an MRI only if neurologic symptoms develop?