Magnetic resonance imaging, also known as an MRI, is a test that utilises radio waves and magnets in order to capture detailed images of your internal body. As a test conducted by a radiologist, patients are referred when it is needed for an accurate diagnosis or treatment plan. Typically, the radiologist examines the images and sends a report to your doctor. In other cases, your doctor analyses the images themselves.
With that said, MRI results show tumors, swelling, infections, problems with your blood vessels, cysts, bleeding, structural and developmental abnormalities, and inflammatory conditions. By displaying such, your doctor can pinpoint the areas of concern and provide diagnosis and treatment.
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What do MRI Results Show?
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