OUR TECHNOLOGY

Our open MRI machine seamlessly integrates up to 76 coil elements with up to 32 RF channels. It escalates image quality and acquisition speed to a whole new level delivering results to our patients in a timely manner. With Tim’s whole-body coverage, repositioning for multiple exams is no longer a concern.

MAGNETOM Espree by Siemens is based on Tim, the most innovative RF-technology integrated with a radically different Matrix coil design. Truly, one of the world’s leading advances in MRI.

TYPE OF SCANS

Here at Precise MRI us a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive way of acquiring high quality images of internal body structures. MRI uses radio waves passed through a powerful magnetic field to produce clear and detailed pictures of the body, providing information that cannot be otherwise obtained from an x-ray, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scan.
MRI exam length varies from 20 minutes to an hour or more, depending on the specific exam and types of images needed for the most accurate diagnosis. We perform all routine MRI imaging studies and advanced MRI exams including MRAs and breast imaging (including MRI-Guided Breast Biopsies).

Our imaging protocols include: Vascular system imaging, High-resolution peripheral angiography, Neurological imaging, Total spine multi-station imaging, Spectroscopy of the brain and internal organs, Breast MRI, General abdominal imaging, High-resolution static and dynamic joint studies and Musculoskeletal imaging

MRI of the Head and Neck

Looks at the brain to detect tumors, aneurysms, bleeding, nerve injury, and other problems, such as damage caused by a stroke. Can also detect problems relating to the eyes and optic nerves, and the ears and auditory nerves.

MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis

Detects tumors in the liver, kidneys, spleen, bladder, gallbladder, pancreas and lymph nodes. For women, it can look at the uterus and ovaries, and in men it can look for abnormalities in the prostate.
MAGNETOM Espree by Siemens is based on Tim, the most innovative RF-technology integrated with a radically different Matrix coil design. Truly, one of the world’s leading advances in MRI.

MRI of Bones and Joints (shoulder, ankle, hip, knees)

Looks for problems such as arthritis, bone tumors, cartilage issues, torn ligaments or tendons, and infections.

MRI of the Chest

Looks at the heart, its valves and the coronary blood vessels. Can detect if the heart or lungs are damaged, or to see if there is lung or breast cancer.

MRI of the Cervical, Lumbar and Thoracic Spine

Looks at the discs and nerves of the spine for conditions such as spinal stenosis, disc bulges and spinal tumors.

MR Angiography (MRA)

Looks at the blood vessels in the neck and the flow of blood through them without having to use a catheter. Can detect problems in the arteries, such as aneuryms and blocked vessels.
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