RMN Bucuresti (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a noninvasive method of investigation, allowing your doctor to study organs, tissues, and the skeletal system in greater detail than other diagnostic methods. It can detect many conditions and diseases that are not detected on an x-ray or CT scan, such as tumors, infections and injuries. It also shows how your blood vessels work and can detect changes in their structure.
Inside the Scan: Understanding the Role of MRI in Bucharest’s Healthcare
During an MRI scan, you will lie down on a narrow table that slides into the machine. The table is fitted with straps to hold you in place and maybe padded for comfort. You will be asked to remain as still as possible, as movement can distort the results. At intervals, you will be instructed to breathe deeply and you may be told to not move at all for a few seconds or a minute or two.
You will be asked to remove any items containing metal, such as hearing aids, watches, jewelry, credit cards, cell phones, and clothing with metallic wires or fasteners. You will be given a robe to wear during the test, which you should keep on at all times during the examination (except for when you are being injected with contrast dye). If you develop any signs of discomfort or a reaction to the contrast dye after the procedure, contact your doctor immediately.