Enhanced Technology of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Provides Accurate Images of the Body Organs
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) refers to the advanced imaging technology can produce the high resolution pictures of the internal structure of the body. The enhanced technology of magnetic resonance imaging can provide more relaxed environment for patients. MRI or nuclear magnetic imaging (NMRI) is commonly used in radiology to produce the clear images body organs. Physicians can provide much greater contrast between the different soft tissues that computed tomography.
This imaging technology is very useful in neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and oncological problems. It does not use ionizing radiation, but a powerful magnetic field to align the nuclear magnetization of hydrogen atoms in water presented in the body. The enhanced magnetic resonance imaging device is more powerful than its predecessor. This enhanced imaging technology renders hi-definition pictures in three dimensional cross section. It helps physicians to detect the medical condition affecting the patient.
An MRI technology uses radio frequency fields to alter the alignment of magnetization, causing the hydrogen nuclei to produce a rotating magnetic field detectable by the scanner. Physicians recommend open MRI owing to its high accuracy that helps in early detection of serious conditions such as cancer and tumors. It is safe and comfortable test for the patients. One of the main advantages to the enhanced magnetic resonance imaging scan is that it uses no radiation. The MRI uses a large magnet and radio waves to generate images of the body organs. It is a more sensitive test that creates a clearer, sharper image of bone and tissue than that of computed tomography and X-ray scan.