MRI screening, which is a non-invasive, non-radiat...
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can clearly project the internal tissues and nerve veins of the organ, and the imagery is detailed and accurate. It is widely adopted, and often used in the brain, spinal nerve, joint, heart, abdominal viscera, and blood vessel examinations to diagnose tumor locations and tumor changes.
It is a safe and radiation-free scanning technology. MRI facilitates the identification of the tissues and structures of internal organs from multiple angles. It allows accurate imaging results and minimizes the risk of side effects and discomfort during examination.
During the inspection, do not carry any metal objects on your body to avoid accidents, especially for patients with implanted electronic devices, such as pacemakers, metal spines, brain aneurysm clips, implanted hearing aids, etc. It does not affect people with dentures.
MRI screening provides the medical professional an incredibly accurate image of the body’s internal organs and tissues, enabling a much more accurate diagnosis on each individual patient case.