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Does an MRI scan hurt?

Does an MRI scan hurt?

No : Like the name says, it is a scan. No scan hurts. It's just scanning you not touching you. ...Read more

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Dr. Olav Jaren
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Mri (Definition)

Mri or magnetic resonance imaging is one of the more recently developed imaging modalities available to physicians. It uses powerful magnets to generate images. There is no ionizing radiation which is a major advantage over many other modalities. Mri is the best imaging exam that we have for most soft tissue and joint related problems. There are radiologists ...Read more


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Should I do a mri scan..?

Should I do a mri scan..?

Yes. : If a medical professional has recommended an MRI then it is important for your care to obtain the study. An MRI has no pain and no radiation. ...Read more

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How much time does and MRI scan take?

How much time does and MRI scan take?

It depends: It depends on the type of scan. Probably 20-45 minutes for most scans. ...Read more

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Should I worry about MRI scan dangers?

Should I worry about MRI scan dangers?

Safe procedure: Mri is one of the safest medical procedures. Risks result from incompatibility of some medical devices such as pacemakers. You will be screened to make sure you do not have a device or condition that would place you at risk. Other potential risks result from mild heating (similar to that from exercise), noise, and claustrophobia. Most patients have no problems with the procedure. ...Read more

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What information does an mri scan give?

What information does an mri scan give?

Details: An MRI provides a very detailed picture of the soft tissue. Because the soft tissue of muscle is different that the soft tissue of the bowels, which is different than the soft tissue of the blood vessels, etc., an MRI delineates all these different tissues very distinctly. ...Read more

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What can you do to prepare for an MRI scan?

What can you do to prepare for an MRI scan?

Claustrophobia: Many people who have never had an MRI study before are concerned about experiencing claustrophobia during the scan. There are multiple methods to deal with this issue including meditation during the scan, having the MRI on an "open" machine to reduce the sensation of claustrophobia, or having the doctor that requested to study also prescribe a medication such as Xanax (alprazolam) to help you relax. ...Read more

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Is it normal to feel sick during an MRI scan?

Is it normal to feel sick during an MRI scan?

Likely anxiety: The test is really quite easy. You lie on a platform that slides into the machine. Often headphones are provided for your favorite music. You just lie still and let the machine take pictures (you will hear some tapping sounds as the machine works). Sometimes an IV injection of contrast is given during the exam (depending on what is being evaluated). ...Read more

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What exactly does it feel like to get an MRI scan?

What exactly does it feel like to get an MRI scan?

Read more here: Please see these articles (and it's related articles) for a good summary of info on the actual MRI procedure: http://www.Conciergeradiologist.Com/mri-procedure.Html. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how much an MRI scan costs the nhs?

Can you tell me how much an MRI scan costs the nhs?

Variable amount: Cost of MRI depends on what is being scanned . The cost also depends on where it is done. In Florida the cost of a spine is different that the head. Medicare also has variable rates ...Read more

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What is the difference between a pet and a MRI scan?

Very different: Pet is a technique for measuring concentrations of positron-emitting radiopharmaceuticals and presenting these as a metabolic image of the body. F18-fdg, a "radioactive sugar", is the most commonly used radiopharmaceutical in oncology. Mri uses a combination of a strong magnetic field and radio waves to produce anatomic images of the body without the use of radiation. ...Read more

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