Investigation Image, MRI

When does MRI make sense?

What is examined? 

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is essential for many diagnostic problems, for example, to determine if back pain is caused by inflammation or by a herniated disc.

MRI is particularly useful for investigation of soft tissue - that is, for example, connective, muscle or nerve tissue, the brain and organs.

Also fluid-filled cavities such as the heart, blood vessels, bile and pancreatic duct can be represented very well with MRI and examined.

Applications of MRI  

In our practice, MRI is used to diagnose changes and disorders of the following organs and tissue:

  • Head, brain and spinal cord
  • Spine
  • All joints
  • Muscles, ligaments and cartilage
  • Arms and legs
  • Cervical soft tissues
  • Breast
  • Abdominal and pelvic organs
  • Biliary and pancreatic duct without contrast agent
  • Renal and urinary tract
  • Female pelvic organs
  • Prostate
  • Heart and heart vessels
  • Blood vessels (head, neck, kidney)

MRI examinations are offered here 

MRI examinations are offered at the following locations of radiologicum munich: