Magnetic resonance imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows the doctor to assess the anatomical structures of the entire human body in a non-invasive manner, along any plane, including in 3D. In particular, this method is ideal for imaging the central nervous system (the brain and the vertebral canal) and the soft tissues of the limbs (subcutaneous tissues, muscles, and joints). MRI is currently the best method for evaluating anatomical structures and diagnosing pathological conditions, as it is accurate to within several millimetres. It is also useful for assessing the cardiovascular system of the entire body (so-called magnetic resonance angiography).

Unlike other radiological examinations, MRI is a completely non-invasive examination due to the fact that it does not apply X-rays, but instead uses magnetic fields and radio waves, which are harmless to the body.

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