Magnetic Resonance Imaging – MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging has become one of the most popular methods for diagnostic studies. By using a combination of radio waves and a magnetic field, MRI images can differentiate between all body tissues and fluids, providing information that could be missed with other methods. MR imaging has established itself as the preferred method for detailed neurological (brain and spine), orthopedic, organ, muscle, eye, facial and TMJ (jaw) studies.
Recent innovations include MR angiography for studying blood flow throughout the body, stroke and cerebral/spinal fluid flow assessment, cardiac imaging, and a wide range of sports related injury studies.