A Magnetic Resonance Imaging Assessment is a type of medical imaging procedure that uses computer generated radio waves and magnetic fields to create an accurate image of a patient's tissues and organs. Most MRI machines are large and contain tube shaped magnets. When you are lying down inside an MRI machine, the magnetic field realigns the water molecules in your body. The radio waves aligned atoms produce signals which are used to create the cross-sectional MRI imaging.
An MRI Assessment is a non-invasive tool used by your doctors to examine the patient’s tissues, skeletal system, organs, and more. The high-resolution imaging that it produces helps diagnose a variety of conditions. The MRI Assessment is most commonly performed regarding tests on the brain or spinal cord. It aims to help diagnose conditions such as tumors, stroke, multiple sclerosis, amongst many other conditions.
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