Medical Imaging

MRI scan of the Brain

MRI scan of the brain is a painless, noninvasive test that produces detailed images of your brain and brain stem. In some cases, you may meed also fMRI examination – an imaging method developed to show regional, time-varying changes in brain metabolism, in other words, changing in areas of the brain that are active Read more…

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Medical Imaging

MRI of the Shoulder

MRI of the shoulder is an excellent choice for examining your shoulder joint, therefore it gives your doctor clear view of rotator cuff tears, injuries of the biceps tendon and damage to the glenoid labrum. MRI machine uses strong magnets and radio waves to create images of the parts of your body without making a Read more…

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MRI of the Elbow

MRI of the elbow is used for high-resolution evaluation of joints and soft-tissue structures (such as ligaments, tendons, nerves, and muscles). The elbow is a complex joint and most commonly is injured in athletes. In these cases, its evaluation by MRI is an important part of the complete examination.   How Read more…

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MRI of the Knee

An MRI scan uses strong magnets and radio waves to create images of the parts of your body without making a surgical incision. Also, MRI does not use radiation. MRI of the knee looks specifically at your knee joint and its surrounding areas. By using an X-ray your doctor will get Read more…

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Medical Imaging

Open vs Closed MRI

Is the tunnel MRI unit the only available you can be examined with? The traditional machine is the tunnel MRI. However, more types of MRI units are available for patients. We can divide types of MRI machines due to their energy or position of the patient. Different types of MRI Read more…

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Medical Imaging

What is an MRI examination?

An MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is widely used radiology examination. This imaging technique uses principles of magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to create detailed images of the body structures. Your doctor can use MRI examination to diagnose you or to see how well you have responded to treatment.  Which diseases can Read more…

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