Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Innovative Technologies to provide Exceptionally Accurate Results
MRI uses magnet strength to capture images that help our radiologists assess and screen for health conditions that affect organs and structures inside the body including the brain, spine, neck, chest, and abdomen. MRI is a noninvasive exam. It is painless and does not require the use of X-rays or ionizing radiation.
General Body MRI
MRI is a highly sensitive diagnostic tool and produces extremely detailed quality images of some of the smallest structures in the body.
A complementary study to annual mammography when additional information is needed to provide exceptionally accurate results.
NeuroQuant offers the advanced technology of volumetric imaging to provide reassurance about cognitive function.
Board-certified and fellowship trained radiologists bring their expert care to the evaluation of brain, head and spine structures and function.
A very specialized area of imaging offered by our board-certified radiologists with training and expertise in MSK injuries and conditions.
To provide the best care for our patients' needs, we offer both 1.5 Tesla (1.5T) and 3.0 Tesla (3.0T) strength magnets. Based on the body area that is being imaged and the health issue that is being addressed in your study, our physicians will choose the most efficient MRI technology to achieve exceptionally accurate results.
We use MRI to rule out health issues and for the early discovery of conditions where follow-up treatment may be advised. MRI is a highly-sensitive exam. It captures very detailed images that the radiologist can use to identify unusual tissue variation. Our breast imaging physicians also use MRI in conjunction with mammography to better visualize breast lumps or masses where an area of concern has been identified.
At Washington Radiology, our MRI centers feature board-certified physicians and technologists who provide expert attention in a caring and compassionate environment. This warm and welcoming greeting begins at the moment of scheduling and continues through the exam, completion of the final interpretation, and the prompt sharing of results.