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MRI diagnostics

MRI of the cervical spine with or without contrast: indications, technique

Modern diagnostic studies based on recording the electromagnetic response of atomic nuclei, which consist of the structures of the internal organs of the human body (magnetic resonance imaging), are in many cases the most informative noninvasive variants of visualization of pathologies invisible at external examination

MRI of the thoracic spine

From the standpoint of evidence-based medicine, the findings of this high-tech clinical study have one of the highest levels of reliability of results.

MRI of the small pelvis with and without contrast: preparation, what shows

One of the informative methods that will always help to establish an accurate diagnosis is the pelvic floor, widely used for diagnostic purposes in a variety of diseases.

MRI of the foot

The use of foot in the instrumental diagnosis of MRI allows orthopedists and traumatologists to accurately detect any diseases and detect traumatic injuries, degenerative changes or congenital anomalies of bones, joints and soft tissues of all parts of the foot.

MRI of the wrist joint

The wrist joint has many features: despite its small size, this articulation is subjected to constant and significant loads.

MRI of the joints of the hands

Magnetic resonance imaging of extremities allows you to carefully diagnose the condition of bone and soft tissues, joints. MRI provides a three-dimensional image.

MRI of the knee: what shows the decoding of the results

The knee is one of the joints that is most often subjected to various injuries and injuries, both in childhood and in the elderly.

MRI of the lumbar spine

Back pain, impaired mobility and sensitivity of the body in the lumbar region, difficulties with changing the posture, flexion and extension of the trunk are all symptoms that disrupt the habitual life, creating problems in everyday life and at work that limit the activity of a person.

MRI of the elbow joint

Indications for magnetic resonance imaging include trauma, as well as inflammatory and dystrophic diseases of this joint, accompanied by pain and mobility restriction.

MRI of the shoulder joint

And although the danger of x-ray radiation, used in modern radiography and computer tomography devices, is significantly exaggerated, human health is nevertheless put on the forefront.