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A 24-year-old member asked:

How long does the magnetic resonance imaging take?

1 doctor answer6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine 39 years experience
Depends: Length of an MRI study depends on what area(s) of the body is/are being imaged, whether the study is done without & with contrast, whether any complications occur during the study (some people get very nauseated from contrast rapidly infused), whether you move during the study, how comfortable you are lying very still for several minutes, if there are unexpected reactions to the contrast.

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Dr. Paul Cohen
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Nice pictres...: A very hi-tech, no radiation way of taking pictures of our bodies to aid doctors in helping pinpoint what is going on in a particular area of our body.

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