The RMN Bucuresti offers high-quality medical services, a professional team and the latest technology and medical equipment. The Clinics provide complex radio diagnostic services such as MRI, CT, and Osteodensitometry.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a noninvasive test that produces clear images of your organs, tissues and bones. It can detect abnormalities such as tumors, infections and injuries that may not be detected by a conventional X-ray or a CT scan. It can also determine if blood vessels are healthy or diseased and help your doctor plan treatment.
MRI in Bucharest: Shaping the Future of Diagnostic Medicine
Your doctor will explain the MRI scanning process and answer any questions you may have before you enter the scanner room. You will be asked to lie down on a table that slides into the opening of the scanner. The radiologist will watch you through a window and can communicate with you by means of a two-way intercom system. You may be given blankets or pillows to help you remain comfortable, and headphones will be provided to block the loud scanner noise. You will be asked to remain still during the examination, and at intervals, you may be asked to hold your breath for a few seconds. If you are nervous or have claustrophobia, you can ask your doctor about receiving medication to make the procedure easier to tolerate.
Visiting scholar Luisa Ciobanu, magnetic resonance imaging expert and innovation extraordinaire, will collaborate with researchers in Beckman’s Biomedical Imaging Center to advance the institute’s endeavors in MRI. She leads research at NeuroSpin, a Commissariat a l’Energie Atomique facility in Saclay, France, where she manages a 17 Tesla preclinical MRI system — ten times stronger than a human MRI scanner.