Before your MRI test, your healthcare facility will provide specific instructions and require you to complete paperwork to ensure that MRIs are safe for you. You will be asked to remove any metal objects and change into a gown to ensure that clothing does not interfere with the MRI’s magnetic field. During the MRI, your safety and comfort will be paramount, and earplugs or headphones will be provided to lessen the noise.
What Does an MRI Test Check For?
MRIs are widely used to diagnose spine, knee, shoulder, hip, elbow, and wrist injuries. It can identify soft-tissue abnormalities, ruptured or herniated discs, spinal stenosis, nerve damage, cartilage damage, and tumors. MRIs can help diagnose diseases such as multiple sclerosis, primary bone tumors, and bladder cancer. Weight-bearing MRIs can reveal injuries around the spinal canal that are only visible in a standing position, MRIs with brain image analysis monitors neurodegenerative diseases, and MRIs with Contrast and an Arthrogram provide clear images of soft tissue in the joint.
How Can an MRI Test Help With Recovery?
MRI tests can help doctors identify issues and develop an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. They can help doctors identify health conditions and monitor progress during patient recovery and rehabilitation. MRI tests can help with preoperative planning by enabling healthcare providers to pinpoint the cause, location, and state of the injury or abnormality to enhance surgical precision.
MRI Test at Michigan Diagnostics
If you need an MRI test in Troy, MI, Royal Oak, MI, Warren, MI, or the surrounding areas, Michigan Diagnostics Center can help you. We are an American College of Radiologists Accredited facility that provides fast and flexible scheduling and testing. Your images will be interpreted by board-certified, subspecialty-trained radiologists who are active in their field. We have evening and weekend appointments available and will have results available within 24 hours. To learn more about us or our services or to schedule an appointment, call us at 248-244-0757 or contact us online.