RMN Bucuresti uses the most advanced medical imaging technology to perform diagnostic tests and provide accurate treatment planning. It is a complex method of investigation that combines magnetic resonance with radiofrequency pulses to obtain 3D images from any part of the body. Unlike X-rays and CT scans, MRI does not involve any ionizing radiation, and patients can feel comfortable during the examination.
The MRI scanner produces a strong magnetic field that aligns the atoms in your body’s tissues. The atoms then emit radio waves that are detected by the MRI system and turned into a picture on a monitor. This information can be used to diagnose a variety of conditions, including tumors, stroke, and vascular disease. MRI can also show the extent of tissue damage caused by an injury or illness.
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During the MRI exam, patients lie down on a motorized scanning table. They are given blankets and pillows to stay comfortable, as well as headphones to block out loud scanner noise. The patient is required to remain very still during the scan and may be asked to hold their breath at intervals. The technologist can watch the patient through a window, and the two-way intercom allows the patient to communicate with the staff throughout the procedure.
Luisa Ciobanu, visiting scholar and innovation extraordinaire, joins Beckman this semester to advance the institute’s endeavors in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Visiting scholars are invited to collaborate with faculty at their host institutions, and Ciobanu brings an impressive range of experience to the table. Her expertise spans neuroscience, pharmaceuticals, and biomedical imaging. She is especially adept at MRI, where she has been involved in the design and running of experiments with ultra-high magnetic fields.