Full-Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a medical diagnostic technique that uses radio waves and a strong magnetic field to create body images.
MRI, which has been applied only in suspected areas until today, has become able to carry the whole body in a single session thanks to special software. In addition, the patient is not exposed to radiation in the Full-Body MRI.
It is also a screening method that is recommended to be applied routinely in people with suspected or risk of cancer. In addition, it is possible to be included in the routine checkup procedure.
It scans the whole body in pieces of five mm and completes the imaging by integrating these parts with special software. It takes a total of 5 minutes to acquire the images.
On the name, Full-Body MRI, including brain, neck, lung, chest, liver, pancreas, kidney, adrenal glands, other intraabdominal organs, bladder, ovary, and uterus in women, testicle and prostate in men, bones, and muscles excluding arms, respectively It can scan the whole body.