Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive, diagnostic imaging technique that utilizes a strong magnetic field and low energy electromagnetic waves to produce images of internal body organs and tissue. MRI has proven to be invaluable to the diagnosis of a broad range of conditions, including joint and musculoskeletal disorders and diseases of the knee, shoulder, spine, hips, wrists and hands. Magnetic resonance imaging scans are painless and have no known side effects.
The Hitachi Airis open MRI unit is patient friendly, and designed for comfort. The Airis open design has proven to lower anxiety-levels of claustrophobic patients and is capable of accommodating patients weighing up to 450 lbs. The open MRI center offers patients high quality diagnostic imaging services in a caring and friendly environment.
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