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Jan 12, 2018

It doesn’t matter if your referring provider is from UIHC, Mercy, UnityPoint, Genesis, or a different hospital system we accept patients from any medical facility! Muscatine Radiology has ways to get your images to each provider through channels such as our Referring Physician Portal (MRP), LifeImage, or simply sending a disk with your images which […]

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MRI | Muscatine Radiology

 

Magnetic resonance imaging, also known as MRI, is one of the most common and widely accepted imaging techniques in the radiologic industry. Accurate, detailed pictures of internal organs are produced via a high-power magnetic field, radio waves and an innovative computer model. MRI is an excellent tool to examine soft tissue injuries around the upper or lower extremity joints. Muscatine Radiology uses its MRI technology to produce vivid pictures of the brain, heart, spine, organs in the abdomen, various joints in the extremities and much more.

MRI is utilized to diagnose a wide range of medical conditions including arthritis, joint disease, male and female reproductive issues, bone fractures and tissue damage. Our dramatic sky ceilings help ease patient fears and our spacious and warm MRI room and state-of-the-art, short bore system is especially comforting for large or claustrophobic patients.

Muscatine Radiology offers the following MRI services:

  • Orbit, Face, Neck
  • Brain
  • Cervical spine
  • Thoracic spine
  • Lumbar spine
  • Abdomen
  • Pelvis
  • Upper extremity
  • Lower extremity
  • GAD arthrogram for joint
  • MRA
  • Head
  • Neck
  • Abdomen

The contrast agent called Gadolinium has recently been in the news. Please click here for more information in regards to Muscatine Radiology’s Gadolinium usage. Gadolinium Information

Call us today for more information about MRI or ask your doctor for a referral.

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