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MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, is a medical imaging technique that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures. It is a non-invasive and painless procedure that can provide highly accurate and detailed images of soft tissues, organs, and bones.


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What happens during an MRI Scan?

During an MRI scan, the patient lies inside a large, cylindrical machine while a series of images are taken. The machine creates a strong magnetic field that temporarily realigns the protons in the patient’s body. Radio waves are then sent through the patient’s body, which cause the realigned protons to emit signals that are detected by the machine. These signals are then used to create highly detailed images of the body’s internal structures.

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What are the uses of an MRI scan?

Monitor Joint Disorders

MRI scans can show damage or inflammation in joints, helping doctors diagnose and monitor conditions like arthritis or a torn ligament.

Monitor Brain and Spinal Cord Conditions

MRI scans aid diagnosis and monitoring of stroke, tumors, or multiple sclerosis in the brain and spinal cord.

Evaluate the size and location of a Tumor

MRI scans can help doctors determine the size and location of a tumor, which can aid in planning surgery and other treatments.

Diagnose and Monitor Heart conditions

MRI scans of the heart help diagnose and monitor heart disease or damage by showing detailed images of its structure and function.

Diagnose and Monitor Breast Cancer

MRI scans can help detect breast cancer or other abnormalities in breast tissue, allowing for earlier diagnosis and treatment.

To assess the health of Internal Organs

MRI scans can provide detailed images of internal organs such as the liver, kidneys, or pancreas, helping doctors assess their health and function.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to have an MRI scan?
Yes, MRI scans are generally considered safe for most people. Unlike other imaging tests that use ionizing radiation, MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to produce images of the body’s internal structures. However, there are some safety concerns with MRI scans, such as the presence of metal in the body, so it’s important to discuss any concerns with your healthcare provider.
How long does an MRI scan take?
The length of an MRI scan can vary depending on the area of the body being imaged and the type of scan being performed. Some scans may take as little as 15-30 minutes, while others may take over an hour.
Will I feel anything during the MRI scan?
During the MRI scan, patients will need to lie still on a table that slides into the MRI machine. The machine can be quite loud, so patients may be given earplugs or headphones to wear. Some patients may feel a slight sensation of warmth during the scan if a contrast agent is used. However, MRI scans are generally painless and do not cause any discomfort.

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