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