MRI scans are probably the safest of all imaging examinations. The process does not require the use of ionizing radiation, and contrast media used during a MRI has very low incidence of side effects. Today’s MRI scans provide your physician or specialist with a view of your body from almost any plane. Precision Imaging Centers has the most powerful MRI diagnostic tool available that produces high definition images in superior detail. Unlike using traditional X-ray, the patient does not have to be moved to take pictures at a different angle. Our radiologists can look at a slice of your body in any direction with an extraordinary level of detail.
We understand that you and your doctor have a choice when selecting an imaging provider. That’s why our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art imaging systems operated by highly skilled specialists. We give our radiologists the best images with the highest resolution available to support your doctor’s treatment plan. MRI scans are often recommended to capture images for:
- Evaluating masses in the soft tissue of the body
- Imaging torn or damaged medial, lateral or cruciate knee ligaments
- Diagnosing infections in joints and other soft tissue
- Functional brain mapping while patient is performing tasks
- Imaging glandular tumors, brain tumors and cysts
- Imaging shoulder injuries as in a torn rotator cuff or separation
- Detecting internal trauma, bleeding or swelling
- Diagnosing the damage from the earliest stages of a stroke
- Evaluating the integrity of the spinal cord
- Imaging herniated discs in the cervical, thoracic or lumbar back
Since the images captured can be tailored for a specific diagnosis, the MRI has become a popular imaging modality for many different injuries and medical conditions. Magnetic Resonance Imaging has revolutionized the way medical specialist look inside your body to make the most accurate medical diagnosis. If your doctor has suggested a diagnostic MRI, give Precision Imaging Centers a call at 904-996-8100 and let us explain how our remarkably advanced imaging systems can make a positive difference for your healthcare.