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What is a mri?

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In brief: MRI safety

Before your MRI you will be asked a series of questions to determine if the MRI is safe for you.
For example, people with pacemakers should avoid MRI since the magnet in the machine can disrupt your pacemaker.

In brief: MRI safety

Before your MRI you will be asked a series of questions to determine if the MRI is safe for you.
For example, people with pacemakers should avoid MRI since the magnet in the machine can disrupt your pacemaker.
Dr. Stephen Saponaro
Dr. Stephen Saponaro
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In brief: An imaging procedure

Mri is an imaging procedure which provides the radiologist with detailed images of the body.
The machine uses a very large magnet to help produce the images. There is no ionizing radiation. During the procedure, the machine will make many loud noises. Most patients choose to wear headphones and listen to music to avoid some of the noise.

In brief: An imaging procedure

Mri is an imaging procedure which provides the radiologist with detailed images of the body.
The machine uses a very large magnet to help produce the images. There is no ionizing radiation. During the procedure, the machine will make many loud noises. Most patients choose to wear headphones and listen to music to avoid some of the noise.
Dr. Stephen Saponaro
Dr. Stephen Saponaro
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