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MRI Centre In Noida

Radiologists were the first medical professionals to study X-rays. They discovered the first bones in the human body using this imaging technology. In the late 1800s, radiologists also developed the first x-ray machines that allowed doctors to view internal organs.The most common types of diagnostics radiology exams include:

Different types of MRI include:

 ✅  Abdominal MRI
 ✅ Cervical MRI
 ✅ Chest MRI
 ✅  Cranial MRI
 ✅  Heart MRI
 ✅ Lumbar MRI
 ✅  Pelvic MRI
 ✅  MRA (MR Angiography)
 ✅  MRV (MR Venography)

How the Test is Performed

You might be asked to wear a hospital gown or clothing without zippers or snaps (such as sweats and a t-shirt). Certain types of metal cause blurry images. You’ll lie on a narrow table that slides into a tunnel-shaped scanner. Contrast exams are only done once for high-risk patients. The dye is given intravenously. The dye helps the radiologist see certain areas more clearly. A receiver is used to send the radio waves, improving the image’s quality. A radiologist will perform a full body scan, including a look inside your brain, eyes, heart, and everything else. We’ll closely monitor you throughout. The test lasts about 30 to 60 minutes but could last longer.

Why the Test is Performed

Having an MRI can often help:

 ✅  Diagnose an infection
 ✅  Guide a doctor to the right area during a biopsy
 ✅  Identify masses and tumors, including cancer
 ✅ Study blood vessels

MRI images taken after a special dye (contrast) is delivered into your body may provide extra information about the blood vessels.A Magnetic Resonance Angiogram (MRA) is a form of magnetic resonance imaging that creates 3-dimensional pictures of blood vessels.