mri cervical spine

MRI Cervical Spine

MRI cervical spine is a high-precision study by means of magnetic radiation and radio waves aimed at visualizing the structure of bone tissue and tissues adjacent to the spinal column (in particular, bone marrow) by a non-invasive method. When to do The list of what the MRI cervical spine shows includes all structures located in…

lumbar spine mri

Lumbar Spine MRI

Lumbar spine MRI is a diagnostic method that allows you to get an exhaustive picture of the studied area with detailed visualization of anatomical structures. Indications The lumbar spine includes 5 consecutive vertebrae, which are separated by intervertebral discs. Then it is followed by the sacral section, consisting of 5 vertebrae fused into one common bone,…

mri spine

MRI Spine

MRI spine is a tomographic examination procedure that visualizes the cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral parts of the spinal column. The results are informative in the study of soft tissue structures, used in the diagnosis of osteochondrosis, spondylosis, injuries, spinal column tumors, congenital and acquired deformities. MRI spine is performed natively and with the introduction of contrast.…

fetal mri

Fetal MRI

Fetal MRI is the acquisition of high-quality images of the fetus using radiomagnetic radiation that does not have a damaging effect on tissues. The advantage of MRI is the absence of ionizing radiation, high tissue contrast, obtaining a multi-plane and three-dimensional image of the fetus, regardless of its position and gestational age. It is prescribed…

prostate mri

Prostate MRI

Prostate MRI allows for a layered examination of the prostate gland and surrounding tissues. It makes it possible to study the structure of the prostate, detect pathological foci, assess their location, diameter and relationship with nearby anatomical formations. MRI is used in the diagnosis of prostate cancer, prostatitis, abscesses and prostate adenomas. The procedure is…

kidney mri

Kidney MRI

Kidney MRI is an instrumental study that allows noninvasive layered visualization of the urinary organs by exposing them to radio waves in an external magnetic field. MRI gives an idea of the topography and blood supply of the kidneys, the structure of the parenchyma, the functioning of the cup-pelvic system, the state of the perinephrine fiber.…