What is MRI and what is it used for?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was initially used in human medicine in the 1980s before it was introduced into the veterinary industry in 2003. MRI is a specialised imaging modality typically used for neurological imaging. However, the system conveys many other imaging benefits for patients, and can be applied to other body systems including soft tissue and orthopedic investigations through the creation of arthrograms. MRI is highly complex, and the underlying physics can be overwhelming. Check out our MRI Focal Point podcast for more information.
Which MRI scanners do IMV provide?
Choosing the correct scanner for your practice can be daunting, so we have a dedicated MRI sales manager here to help every step of the way.
What do I need to do before purchasing an MRI scanner?
Scanning room location and design, scanner footprint, control room location, power requirements, contrast and patient monitoring during a scan all need to be considered. Contact us for advice on planning your MRI scanner.
How do I learn how to use the MRI scanner in practice?
IMV imaging have an in-house MRI applications specialist on hand to provide all the training you and your team need, and to help your practice gain the knowledge needed to use any MRI system to the best of its abilities.