RMN Bucuresti has personalized architecture and cabins specially designed to increase patient comfort. Patients are offered blankets, earplugs and headphones to block out loud scanner noise and music. They are guided throughout the procedure by medical staff and the radiologist, so they can ask any questions at any time.

An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan is a noninvasive way for your doctor to examine organs, tissues, and the skeletal system. It can detect tumors, infections, and injuries that are hard to see in a standard x-ray or CT scan. It can also show how blood vessels work and help diagnose diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.

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You will be asked to change into a robe and remove all metal objects, such as jewelry or watch straps, that could interfere with the magnet in the MRI scanner. You may be given an injection of contrast dye to improve the visibility of certain parts of the body. If you are nervous or claustrophobic, your doctor can give you medication before the MRI exam to make you more comfortable.

After the test, you will wait for the radiologist to examine the images and decide whether more tests are needed. Then you will be able to go home unless your doctor tells you differently. If you have a history of allergic reactions to the contrast agent used in your scan, tell your doctor right away. If you experience itching, swelling, or a rash after the test, call your doctor immediately.