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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Chios MRI Diagnostic Imaging Center is equipped with the MAGNETOM C! MRI manufactured by SIEMENS. The system provides excellent image quality and high diagnostic certainty. It covers all clinical requirements for neurology, orthopedics, angiography, pediatric, oncology and cardiology.

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The MRI is open on three sides, so that the patient has views in all directions.

The C-shaped opening of the MRI system simplifies the examination for the patients and the staff of the Center. The open MRI ensures excellent accessibility to the system of obese patients and easy examination of young children, since the parent / escort may be present in the examination area during the procedure.

The open MRI system achieves :

  • total absence of claustrophobia
  • easy access to the patient during the examination
  • great friendliness
  • increased security
  • proper examination of children with the physical presence of the attendant on site at the time of examination
  • examination extremely obese patients
  • ability to study joints in motion
  • performing interventional techniques

In Chios MRI Diagnostic Imaging Center the full range of MRI examinations are performed. Besides the standard musculoskeletal nervous system, chest and abdomen examinations , it is emphasiszed that in the center patients may undergo special examinations:

  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)
  • Magnetic Enterografia
  • Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography (MRCP)
  • Magnetic Urography
  • Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Magnetic Myelography
  • Haemosiderin Measurement
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Patient Preparation for MRI Exam

For most magnetic resonance examinations, no special preparation is required. The physician or technologist will ask you some questions before starting the test. You will always fill out and sign a short questionnaire. You will be asked if you have metal implants, medical or electronic devices in your body (artificial joints, dentures, metal stents, etc.). You will be asked to remove …

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