What is an MRI?

Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a painless exam that uses magnetic fields to look at the inner structures of the body. It uses no x-rays and can lead to early detection and treatment of disease. Included in it's many uses in the ability to detect brain and nervous system disorders, problems affecting tendons, cartilage, ligaments & bone marrow, and cancer in some organs and tissues.

What is an MRA?

A Magnetic Resonance Angiography is an MRI that looks at blood vessels and blood flow. MRA can evaluate the head, neck, chest, abdomen, or extremities. It is most commonly used to identify aneurysms and blockages of blood vessels.


Each exam may or may not have a preparation. Instructions will be given when calling to make the appointment and again when we call you to confirm the appointment.
Please let us know about allergies you may have to contrast agents.

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