Your health is your most valuable asset. To stay in good health for as long as possible, you need to detect illness as early as possible. For example, with the help of MRI exams, tumorous and inflammatory tissue and organ changes can be detected even before the onset of the first symptoms. Specialised radiologists at medneo offer MRI examinations of the whole body, as well as diagnostics of individual body areas and the entire vascular system, for the early detection of pathological tissue and organ changes.
Elements of the check-up whole body MRI
Whole body MRI for organ imaging: to rule out tumours and metastases, as well as inflammatory changes and muscle disorders with a subsequent focus on regions of particular concern.
Whole body MRI angiography for imaging of the entire vascular system: to rule our pathological changes to the vessels, such as narrowing (stenosis), expansion (aneurysm) and inflammatory diseases (vasculitis) with subsequent focus on regions of particular concern.
Combined whole body MRI examination of organs and vascular system: with subsequent focus on areas of particular concern.
Low-risk and radiation-free care.
An MRI scan is one of the most reliable and low-risk diagnostic procedures. Compared to X-rays or CT (computer tomography), the MRI exam creates images using magnetic fields and not through the use of X-rays. This makes the MRI a pain-, radiation- and side effect-free examination method with high diagnostic significance. Tumorous or inflamed tissue or organ irregularities can be detected early and treated more successfully.
In the modern medneo diagnostics centres you will be looked after and examined in a friendly and competent manner. Our trained staff warmly greet you in our high quality and modern centres. Your time in our waiting lounge will seem shorter thanks to drinks, snacks and magazines. With the latest MRI devices with a 70 cm opening, as well as a feel-good lighting concept in the exam room, we make the examination as comfortable as possible for you.
Please bring to the exam:
- Previous findings
- Previous images
- Surgery reports
- Implant certificates
- Laboratory tests (creatinine)