Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides clear and detailed images of
internal organs and tissues using radio waves and a strong magnetic field.
In the neurosciences, MRI is used to:
- Diagnose brain tumors, stroke and chronic nervous system disorders such
as multiple sclerosis
- Detect tissue abnormalities in patients with disorders of the eyes and inner ear
- Document brain abnormalities in patients with dementia
- Image diseases of the pituitary gland
MRI services include 3Tesla (most advanced) high-resolution brain imaging with chemical
analysis available through Multivoxel MR Spectroscopy (MRS) as well as
functional MR (f-MR).