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MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test that uses a magnetic field and pulses of radio wave energy to make pictures of organs and structures inside the body. In many cases MRI gives different information about structures in the body than can be seen with an X-ray, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scan. MRI also may show problems that cannot be seen with other imaging methods.
For an MRI test, the area of the body being studied is placed inside a special machine that contains a strong magnet. Pictures from an MRI scan are digital images that can be saved and stored on a computer for more study. The images also can be reviewed remotely, such as in a clinic or an operating room. In some cases, contrast material may be used during the MRI scan to show certain structures more clearly.
Why It Is Done?
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is done for many reasons. It is used to find problems such as tumors, bleeding, injury, blood vessel diseases, or infection. Open MRI also may be done to provide more information about a problem seen on an X-ray, ultrasound scan, or CT scan. Contrast material may be used during MRI to show abnormal tissue more clearly. An MRI scan can be done for the:
MRI of the brain and spinal cord
MRI is the most frequently used imaging test of the brain and spinal cord. It's often performed to help diagnose:
Functional MRI of the brain (fMRI) can be used to identify important language and movement control areas in the brain in people who are being considered for brain surgery.
MRI of the heart and blood vessels
An MRI that focuses on the heart or blood vessels can assess:
MRI of other internal organs
An MRI may be used to check for tumors or other abnormalities of many organs in the body, including the:
MRI of bones and joints
MRI may be used to help evaluate:
What is an MRI with contrast?
MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging; it basically uses powerful magnets and radio waves to create detailed images of the interior of your body. It can be done with or without contrast. Contrast is a type of dye that is injected intravenously either right before, or during the procedure. Certain abnormalities, such as tumors, will absorb the dye and show up very clearly on the MRI with contrast. Your doctor will determine whether you need an MRI with contrast or without, and may order both tests.
An MRI scan is different than a regular x-ray or a CT scan, which both use ionizing radiation to create images. MRI scans generally produce clearer images with much more detail than an x-ray or CT scan. Small tumors, which may be invisible on an x-ray or CT scan, may be detected by MRI. In the case of most cancers, the earlier treatment is begun, the better the outcome of treatment, so an early MRI scan of any suspicious area can literally mean the difference between life and death.
As good as a standard MRI image is, the image can be improved even further by adding contrast. Tumors and other abnormalities will absorb the contrast dye as it progresses through your blood vessels, and on the MRI scan this area will glow. This allows for the detection of even the smallest tumors, and it also gives your doctor a clearer idea about the location and size of a tumor and which organs or tissues are involved. In addition, contrast allows a doctor to observe functional abnormalities that are not visible on a regular scan, particularly problems with how well your blood is flowing through your vessels.
The contrast medium used in MRI, generally gadolinium, is different than the contrast dyes used in x-rays or CT scans. Adverse reactions to gadolinium are much rarer than iodine-based dyes. However, if you have abnormal kidney function, you may be at increased risk for nephrogenic systemic fibrosis caused by the MRI dye. This complication is extremely rare, but always be sure your doctor and radiology technician are aware of any medical problems or allergies you may have, before you are injected with any type of contrast dye. Most people tolerate MRI with contrast just fine, and the benefits of early tumor detection generally outweigh the minor risks associated with the dye.
An MRI with contrast is generally painless, but you may experience some discomfort with the IV or needle used to inject the dye. You will be placed on a table and positioned so that the scan will show the affected area most clearly. You may be slid inside a long narrow tube in a closed standing MRI, or you may have an open MRI, in which the scanning equipment is shaped like a large doughnut and only scans a certain portion of your body at a time. The imaging process itself may take 45 minutes up to two hours, and you may be offered headphones so you can listen to music during the scan. Once the scanning is complete, a radiologist will read and interpret the scan and your doctor will discuss the results with you.
Cost of MRI
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|1||Head Plain MRI|
|2||Head Contrast MRI|
|3||Orbit Plain MRI|
|4||Orbit Contrast MRI|
|5||Brain Seizure Protocol Plain MRI|
|6||Brain Seizure Protocol Contrast MRI|
|7||CV Junction Plain MRI|
|8||CV Junction Contrast MRI|
|9||MR Spectroscopy Brain Plain MRI|
|10||MR Spectroscopy Brain Contrast MRI|
|11||CSF Flow Study Plain MRI|
|12||CSF Flow Study Contrast MRI|
|13||Pituitary Plain MRI|
|14||Pituitary Contrast MRI|
|15||Brain+Functional MRI (One Activation) Plain MRI|
|16||Brain+Functional MRI (One Activation) Contrast MRI|
|17||Functional MR (BOLD) Perfusin Plain MRI|
|18||Functional MR (BOLD) Perfusin Contrast MRI|
|19||Head+Diffussion Weighted Images Plain MRI|
|20||Head+Diffussion Weighted Images Contrast MRI|
|21||Brain+Screening of Whole Sping Plain MRI|
|22||Brain+Screening of Whole Sping Contrast MRI|
|23||Head+Diffussion+Perfusion Plain MRI|
|24||Head+Diffussion+Perfusion Contrast MRI|
|25||Myolography Plain MRI|
|26||Myolography Conyrast MRI|
|27||Whole Spine Plain MRI|
|28||Whole Spine Contrast MRI|
|29||Cervical Spine Plain MRI|
|30||Cervical Spine Contrast MRI|
|31||Dorsal Spine Plain MRI|
|32||Dorsal Spine Contrast MRI|
|33||Lumber Spine Plain MRI|
|34||Lumber Spine Contrast MRI|
|35||Screening Per Part (Extra) Plain MRI|
|36||Screening Per Part (Extra) Contrast MRI|
|37||Angiography Per part Plain MRI|
|38||Angiography Per part Contrast MRI|
|39||Arthography (Without Contrast) MRI|
|40||Arthography (Without Contrast) MRI|
|41||Angiography Per Part (Double Contrast) MRI|
|42||Angiography Per Part (Double Contrast) MRI|
|43||Shoulder Single Joint Plain MRI|
|44||Shoulder Single Joint Contrast MRI|
|45||Knee Single Joint Plain MRI|
|46||Knee Single Joint contrast MRI|
|47||Knee Both Joints Plain MRI|
|48||Knee Both Joints Contrast MRI|
|49||Ankle single joint Plain MRI|
|50||Ankle single joint Contrast MRI|
|51||Ankle Both Joints Plain MRI|
|52||Ankle Both Joints Contrast MRI|
|53||Hip (Single Side) Plain MRI|
|54||Hip (Single Side) contrast MRI|
|55||Pelvis Plain MRI|
|56||Pelvis Contrast MRI|
|57||Extremities (Per Part) Plain MRI|
|58||Extremities (Per Part) Contrast MRI|
|59||Temporomandibular Joint Single Plain MRI|
|60||Temporomandibular Joint Single Contrast MRI|
|61||Temporomandibular Both Joints Plain MRI|
|62||Temporomandibular Both Joints Contrast MRI|
|63||Nasopharynx / PNS Plain MRI|
|64||Nasopharynx / PNS Contrast MRI|
|65||Neck Plain MRI|
|66||Neck Contrast MRI|
|67||Abdomen (Whole) Plain MRI|
|68||Abdomen (Whole) Contrast MRI|
|69||Chest Plain MRI|
|70||Chest Contrast MRI|
|71||Abdomen MRU Plain MRI|
|72||Abdomen MRU Contrast MRI|
|73||MRCP Plain MRI|
|74||MRCP Contrast MRI|
|75||Urography Plain MRI|
|76||Urography Contrast MRI|
|77||Mammography (Both Breast)Plain MRI|
|78||Mammography (Both Breast)Contrast MRI|
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