Magnetic Resonance Imaging
·Learn more about Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), the technology and its value to medical providers and patients.
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Your Radiologist Explains: MRI during Pregnancy
Northland Imaging is often asked about the safety and/or viability for a woman who is pregnant but has received a recommendation from their health care professional for an MRI. Click the link below for a four-minute presentation covering this important topic.
MR Arthrography of the Shoulder
Arthrographic images help physicians evaluate alterations in structure and function of a joint and help to determine the possible need for treatment, including arthroscopy, open surgery or joint replacement. The procedure is used to help diagnose persistent, unexplained joint pain or discomfort. In some cases, local anesthetic medications or steroids may be injected into the joint along with the contrast material.
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MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, allows the radiologist to “see” soft tissue, such as muscles, fat and internal organs without the use of x-rays. MRI is most commonly performed to evaluate the head, spine and joints, although we now offer many new applications.