The MRI Center at MedicalES Burghele 2

RMN Bucuresti uses magnetic fields to create detailed images of body tissues and organs. It provides information that is not possible with other diagnostic tests, such as X-rays or computed tomography (CT). MRI does not use ionizing radiation and requires little patient preparation. It also allows physicians to examine soft tissue structures without compressing them, which can be helpful in evaluating certain diseases and disorders. It can also detect very small tumors and other abnormalities and help physicians plan treatment or surgery. MRI can also be used to check for the presence of a contrast agent, which can enhance the visibility of some lesions and improve diagnosis.

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During the MRI examination, patients are positioned on a narrow table that slides into the scanner. A technologist may attach a belt to monitor the heartbeat and breathing, as well as insert an intravenous line into a vein in the arm or hand for administration of a contrast agent, if needed. Patients are given earplugs to reduce noise from the machine and are told to remain very still during the examination. Occasionally, the technician will ask the patient to hold their breath for short intervals during the scan. The procedure is painless, and most claustrophobic patients are able to complete the exam.

The MRI center at MedicalES Burghele 2 is equipped with the latest generation General Electric SIGNA Explorer 1.5T magnetic resonance system. This state-of-the-art device provides the highest image quality and clinical information available today. It is a safe and effective tool for diagnosing diseases, injuries, and other abnormalities of the bones, joints, and soft tissues of the body.