Advanced technology for the early diagnosis of tumoral masses
The whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device is one of the most important diagnostic devices among the MRI technologies available today. The device allows for the completion of a whole-body scan in just 45 minutes and thereby facilitates the detection of suspicious masses at an early stage before symptoms of several disease are apparent.
In addition to its use in the diagnosis of suspected disease, whole-body MRI is also used for general check-ups. It is recommended in addition to classical screening methods for the detection of breast, prostate, and gastrointestinal tumors. The patient is not exposed to radiation during the whole-body MRI process. Unlike routine screening processes, this technique does not require intravenous contrast matter injection.