MRI is a type of imaging system that utilizes radio waves
and a strong magnetic field to generate images of the body.
A powerful computer is used to create there images by controlling
the interaction of radio waves within the magnetic field
and displaying these interactions as a series of pictures
High-Field MRI can be used to scan
any part of the body. When trying to view extremely fine
fractures or small intricate parts, such as the pituitary
gland or knees and shoulder joints; it is the only alternative.
We utilize a short bore magnet system
that is more comfortable than the traditional long bore
magnets, but still affords superb image quality.