Full Body Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Cranial Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Special neurological and cranial MRIBuy
MRI Neurography or MR Neurography (MRN)Buy
Abdominal Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Gynaecological Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Urological Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Multi-parametric MRI of the prostateBuy
Multi-parametric MRI of the bladderBuy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging bones and joints, upper limbsBuy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging bones and joints, lower limbsBuy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging kneeBuy
MRN mapping of cartilageBuy
arthroresonance (joints: mainly tendons, ligaments and cartilage)Buy
Metal Prostheses Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the neck, back or lower backBuy
Full spine MRIBuy
Bilateral Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging for prosthetic controlBuy
Bilateral Breast Magnetic Resonance ImagingBuy
Adenosine stress cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR)Buy
Functional heart MRN more viabilityBuy
Functional heart MRNBuy
Angioresonance or MRABuy
- Contrast administration: It is important that you are informed if the test requires sedation or intravenous contrast administration. In this case, you must go fasted.
- Metal objects: The technician will give you the necessary instructions, provide you a gown and ask you to remove any metal objects (jewellery, watch, piercings, hairpins, mobile phones, dentures and hearing aids).
- Heart devices: It is important that you inform the technician about any device that you have implanted in your body (pacemakers, electrodes and clips from previous surgeries).
- Duration of the test: The test may last 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the study being conducted. It is important that you stay still throughout this period.
- Hydration and breastfeeding*: Drink plenty of water to eliminate the contrast material from the body. If you are breastfeeding, you must stop for the next 48 hours. You must discard the breast milk.