MRI stands for "magnetic resonance imaging." An MRI is used in the medical field and provides a strong contrast of soft tissues that most medical equipment like a CT or X-ray cannot provide. A strong and expensive magnet is used to scan the body's healthy and diseased tissue. These machines may cost in the millions and will have varied strengths depending on the medical need for the scan.
MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It is a device used to visualize internal structures of the body in detail. It is especially useful in measuring the brain, muscles, the heart and cancers. This is due to the fact that it provides good contrast between soft tissues.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Magnetic resonance imaging.
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The meaning I know is 'Magnetic Resonance Imaging', though there will be others
If the MRI technologist positions you with your leg going into the magnet (the MRI machine) then your head would be out of it. Call the facility where you are scheduled to have the MRI and ask to speak with the MRI technologist and they can fully explain to you exactly how you will be positioned.
An MRI machine would be the size and weight of an MRI machine.
In the US Army, MRI usually stands for magnetic resonance imaging. That's what it stands for most other places, too. Also, it could be morning room inspection. There are a number of other things MRI stands for, and a list can be found by using the link below.For the meaning of MRE, use the link below.
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No. It is not a treatment it is a scan. An MRI is a Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MRI are used for imaging tissues.
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The agency that referred the patient for the MRI; the doctor or clinic.
No MRI is not harmful to the body of people.
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It really depends on what the MRI is for. If it is an MRI of your leg, water generally wouldn't have any effect on that. If you are having an MRI of your GI track, then you probably should not. The best bet is to call your doctor's office or the lab that you are having the MRI done at.
The cost of an MRI of the neck will vary depending on where it is done. An MRI can cost anywhere between $700 and $1,000.