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MRI and MRA Scans: Exam Descriptions and Preparations

Your doctor may have ordered a MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) or MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiography). MRI and MRA use a magnetic field, radio waves, and a computer to create images soft tissues, bones, and internal body structures. MRI of the abdomen allows physicians to examine the abdominal anatomy to rule out any structural abnormalities.

Abdomen MRI >             Neck MRA > 
Brain MRA >             Pelvis MRI >
Brain MRI >             Shoulder MRI >
Breast MRI >             Spine MRI >
Knee MRI >             Wrist MRI >

MRI Frequently Asked Questions

MRI Frequently Asked Questions

What is an MRI?
What should I expect when needing a MRI?
Do you use Contrast Agents?
What if I have Claustrophobia?
What if I have an electronic implanted device?
Is it OK to wear jewelry to my appointment?

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