What is MRI?
A non-invasive machine that uses magnets and computers to produce high-resolution pictures inside your body. Some common exams are the brain, bones and joints, blood vessels, internal organs, brain, and spinal cord. An MRI has NO RADIATION and you get to listen to Pandora during your exam at IIC.
Why is an MRI scan done and who needs it?
Magnetic resonance imaging utilizes a large magnet and radio waves to peer through the body on organs and structures. Medical professionals treat a variety of conditions, from torn ligaments to cancers, using MRI scans. MRIs are also effective in the brain and spinal cord tests.
You are lying on a table inside a tunnel-shaped computer during scanning. It can take a long time to check and you need to keep quiet. The scan is smooth. There’s a lot of noise on the MRI machine. You may be given earplugs by the technician.
This examination can be used by the doctor for the condition or on how effective the medication was reacted to. Unlike X-rays and CT scans, the harmful ionizing radiation of X-ray is not used by MRIs.
An MRI lets a specialist identify an illness or accident and will track the condition well. You can do MRIs on multiple sections of the body. It is especially beneficial in observing soft tissues and the nervous system.