MRI in Kiev. Magnetic resonance imaging MRI Kyiv
MRI magnetic resonance imaging in Kiev AversMed. MRI in Kiev open 24/7 is an accurate procedure for visual diagnosis of soft tissues, joints and screening during oncology. An MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s organs and tissues.
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Innovative MRI scan Siemens 1.5 T – 2022 – MRI in Kiev
Since the invention of MRI, doctors and researchers have continued to improve MRI scanning techniques to aid in medical procedures and research. The 2022 Siemens 1.5 T state-of-the-art MRI is equipped with advanced scanning protocols, DWI functions and whole body scanning options. The new MRI machine installed in the AversMED medical center in Podil revolutionized medicine and is one of the first in Kiev. We are Have MRI and CT in one Diagnostic center.
MRI in Kiev. Technical parameters of MRI scan.
the AversMed Diagnostic Center has a modern 1.5 T MRI, with modern and innovative diagnostic techniques on an MRI tomograph. In addition, the diagnostic functions of MRI can be supplemented with CT (computed tomography). A unique opportunity to undergo MRI and CT at the same time.
Patient weight up to 140 kg
The MRI scan table is designed for 200 kg, but as a rule, the weight of the patient on the MRI should not be more than 140 kg.
Waist up to 140 cm.
The patient’s waist for MRI scan diagnostics should not exceed 140 cm in the largest part of the body
Price from UAH 1,600.
the price of diagnostic MRI can be from 1,600 UAH, and 3,300 UAH for MRI scan with contrast. In addition, it is possible to undergo a diagnosis of the whole body for UAH 12,000.
Types of MRI scan studies
The modern MRI 1.5 T of 2022 from the Siemens company (Siemens 1.5 T) is one of the leaders in MRI production in the world.
The MR tomograph is equipped with workstations with available innovative software, additional modern medical examination protocols, which allows high-level processing of the received images and detection of diseases in the early stages.
Modern MRI examination protocols include DWI functions, whole body scanning programs, PET-CT analog. Archiving of research results – in the PACS system with the possibility of reviewing previous studies in full. The study is recorded on an electronic medium (DVD-R discs), which allows you to save absolutely all the images obtained as a result of the examination and allows you to evaluate the dynamics of changes. If necessary, it is possible to print the research on a film medium.
The main types of MRI studies
Details about some types of MRI in Kiev
MRI in Kyiv is a non-invasive method of examining your organs, tissues and skeletal system. It creates high-resolution images of the inside of the body that help diagnose a variety of problems.
MRI scan of the brain and spinal cord
MRI scan is the most commonly used imaging method of the brain and spinal cord. It is often performed to help diagnose:
- Brain vascular aneurysms
- Eye and inner ear disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Disorders of the spinal cord
- A stroke
- Traumatic brain injury
Functional MRI of the brain (MRI) is a special type of MRI. It creates images of blood flow to certain areas of the brain. It can be used to examine the anatomy of the brain and determine which parts of the brain perform critical functions.
This helps to identify important speech and movement control areas in the brain of people who are scheduled for brain surgery. Functional MRI can also be used to assess damage from head trauma or disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.
MRI of the heart and blood vessels
An MRI that focuses on the heart or blood vessels can evaluate:
- Size and function of heart chambers
- Thickness and mobility of the walls of the heart
- The extent of damage caused by heart attacks or heart disease
- Structural problems in the aorta, such as aneurysms or dissection Inflammation or blockage of blood vessels
MRI of other internal organs
An MRI can check for tumors or other abnormalities in many organs in the body, including:
- Liver and biliary tract
- kidneys spleen
- the prostate
MRI scan of bones and joints
An MRI scan can help evaluate:
- oint abnormalities caused by traumatic or repetitive injury, such as cartilage or ligament tears
- Anomalies of discs in the spine
- Bone infections
- Bone and soft tissue tumors
MRI function Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging MRI DWI DW-MRI
Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI or DW-MRI) is the use of certain MRI sequences and software that generates images from the acquired data that uses the diffusion of water molecules to create contrast in MRI images. This allows to display the diffusion process of molecules, mainly water, in biological tissues in vivo and non-invasively. Molecular diffusion in tissues is not random, but reflects interactions with many barriers, such as macromolecules, fibers, and membranes. Thus, water molecule diffusion patterns can reveal microscopic details of tissue architecture, both normal and diseased. A special type of DWI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), has been widely used to map white matter in the brain.
The AversMed diagnostic center offers the entire range of MRI magnetic resonance studies, as well as tomographic studies with and without contrast administration.
MRI scan with contrast
There are two main types of MRI scans: MRI with contrast and MRI without contrast. The main difference is that for contrast-enhanced MRI, a dye (gadolinium-based) is given to the patient intravenously before the scan. Non-contrast MRI is an excellent option for patients for whom contrast is not recommended, pregnant women, and patients with impaired renal function. MRI with contrast provides better images of blood vessel activity, detection of aneurysms and blocked blood vessels. The AversMed MRI Kyiv doctor will determine what is appropriate, depending on what diagnostic information he or she is trying to obtain. Most orthopedic examinations are performed without contrast.
If you have tumors and other abnormalities in your body, they absorb the contrast dye and the area glows on the MRI. Small tumors that may not be visible on an X-ray or CT scan can be detected with an MRI. Contrast helps detect even the smallest tumors, and it can give your doctor more clarity about the location and size of the tumor and which organs or tissues are involved.
The doctors of the AversMed MRI medical center in Kyiv will be able to explain in more detail why you should have an MRI with or without contrast. There are many conditions that do NOT require contrast for an MRI. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor to explain why you’re having an MRI with contrast.
Preparation for MRI scan in Kyiv
Proper preparation for MRI scan in Kyiv
Most MRI studies do not require special preparation for MRI scan. Wear comfortable clothing without large metal fragments. It is better to leave jewelry and jewelry in the changing room or at home. Before the examination, it is not recommended to use cosmetics containing metal particles and metal-containing ointments.
If you have metal implants in your body (except dental crowns), a pacemaker, artificial heart valves, endoprostheses, any foreign bodies, or you are afraid of closed spaces, please let us know about it during your phone appointment. In any of the cases listed above, the doctor will give you recommendations on the possibility of conducting an MRI study.
You should take it with you to the AversMED clinc MRI scan Kiev clinic
Take with you before the MRI examination:
Preparation for MRI scanof abdominal organs
MRI of the abdominal organs is performed on an empty stomach, so you will have to refrain from eating for 4 hours before the start of the study. In order for the study to be as informative as possible, we recommend that you follow a special diet one day before the MRI – if possible, avoid solid food and products that increase gas formation in the intestines. These include: raw vegetables and fruits, legumes, dairy products, bread, pastries, cakes, and other products for which you noted excessive gas formation in the intestines.
To prevent increased gas formation, we recommend taking such drugs as activated carbon or Espumizan.
In some cases, our AversMed MRI doctor in Kyiv may recommend a laxative or cleansing enema before the examination.
During an MRI of the abdominal organs, a contrast agent may be injected. The need to inject contrast is determined by the referring doctor or our doctor AversMed MRI in Kyiv during the study (tomography)
Contrast is not administered during MRI of HPG (cholangiography).
Address of MRI scan in Kiev
AversMed is a network of MRI and CT diagnostic centers in Kiev. There are two MRI and CT centers. Left and Right Bank. All contact information is on the Contacts page