Magnetic Resonance Imaging  (MRI)

An MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  It is a very large medical imaging machine that produces detailed images of the body. The images are created by using very strong magnets. It gives the best view of your body’s structure. It’s noninvasive and has no radiation.

The MRI will show:

  • Soft tissues. It can show the the brain, spinal cord, nerves, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and cartridge.
  • Bones
  • Blood vessels

It will help give insight to these conditions: congenital abnormalities, degenerative conditions, deterioration from arthritis, herniated discs, injuries, and structural abnormalities.

If your provider ordered this advanced imaging, then please:
read the instructions, fill out the safety form and sign the consent.
MRI: Patient Instructions + Safety & Consent form (required)
MRI: Additional Safety & Consent form 
MRI: Visitor Safety & Consent form.

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