Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

We would be happy to inform you about magnetic resonance imaging at our clinic.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is one of the most modern radiological examination methods and is particularly informative. It is painless and radiation-free. Natural electromagnetic signals from the body are measured and converted into medical images.

The examination (excluding preparation) takes approx. 30-60 minutes.

You will receive disposable clothing from us and can change in a changing room. Our specialist staff will then explain the procedure and the optimal body position during the examination.

Contrast medium is required for some examinations. It does not contain iodine and is well tolerated.

Signal amplifiers are often placed on the area of the body to be examined. As the device makes loud tapping noises, you will be given hearing protection and can listen to music to relax.

We monitor your condition via a camera and you will be given a bell for emergencies.

The couch is pushed into the large opening of the device until the body region to be examined is in the middle. Our devices are open at both ends and have a generous diameter.

The measurements are taken in individual sessions of approx. 3-4 minutes. You should not move during the entire examination. Lie quietly and relaxed without speaking.

If you have any questions before or during the examination, simply contact our specialist staff.

Two radiologists look at a patient in an MRI.