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  • Musculoskeletal


    MRI is the most accurate examination available for joints and the surrounding tendons, ligaments and cartilage. It is especially helpful for sports related injuries.

    Knee Joint  >

  • Neurological


    MRI helps in the early detection and diagnosis of brain and nervous system disorders such as multiple sclerosis, because it provides extremely sensitive and precise visualizations of the brain.

    Brain Cross Section  >

  • Spinal

    Spinal studies

    MRI is a straightforward way of looking in detail at the inner ear, cranial and spinal nerves. MRI also looks at the state of your vertebrae and discs.

    Neck and cervical spine  >

  • Abdomen


    MRI complements ultrasound and CT providing extremely good detail detail of internal organs.

    Kidneys, liver and pancreas  >

  • Pelvis


    The structures in the pelvis can be well demonstrated by MRI. This includes the prostate, uterus and cervix, bladder and rectum

    MRI allows a much clearer delineation of the anatomy in this area because can take cross sectional images in any plane.

    Patients for pelvis MRI scans should be able to lie fairly flat.

    Pelvis scan  >

  • Breast


    The breast MRI is used to define and separate benign from malignant lesions.

    We use contrast to help with this.

    We can easily identify a cyst.

    Breast MRI  >

  • Full Body

    Full Body

    Whole body imaging allows high resolution regional MRI scans to be added creating a composite study.  We can look throughout the body for tumours or secondary spread.  This technique is also ideal for followup of systemic disease.

    It takes just a single appointment, of 45 minutes, to map the whole body. Head, chest, abdomen and pelvis are zipped together.

    Accurate and efficient composite MRI studies result from the unique Total Image Matrix, TIM, system incorporated in our MRI scanner.

    Full Body MRI Scans  >

  • Other

    Other regions

    These include vascular studies and the review of tumours in all parts of the body.

    Carotid arteries  >


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