Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The more powerful Magnetic Resonance Imaging, the more exact the diagnosis

At Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (hereinafter - MRI) examinations are performed with the help of an extremely powerful (1.5 Tesla), high-resolution, close-type magnetic resonance tomograph Optima MR360 Advance (General Electric) of a new generation.

Examinations provide an extremely accurate and detailed view of the internal organs, which helps doctors to promptly determine the state and alterations of brain and spinal cord, face and neck, internal organs (stomach, pelvis), limbs, joints, blood vessels and soft tissues.

MRI examinations are irreplaceable when determining lesions of mussels, joints, meniscus, tendons, ligaments (break, split), state of spinal cord, bone marrow, inflammation of brain and spinal cord, multiple sclerosis and some other diseases.

MRI examinations are highly informative in diagnosing oncologic diseases of various organs and estimating their extension (metastasis).

Special MRI programs allow an accurate early stage diagnosis of brain stroke, disorders of brain circulation, aneurisms and others.

MRI examinations are also applied when observing disease course and assessing treatment efficiency.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging takes ~0.5 hours and is absolutely safe for both a patient and a doctor, since its functions are based on electromagnetic waves.

Before MRI examinations, it is necessary to consult a doctor radiologist regarding indications and contraindications. Researches conducted in patients with a weight not exceeding 110 kg.

Registration:

You can find us

V. Grybo g. 32A, 10318 Vilnius, Lithuania

Working

I-V: 7 a.m.–8 p.m.
VI: 8 a.m.–3 p.m.

Registration:

You can find us

V. Grybo g. 32A, 10318 Vilnius, Lithuania

Working

I-V: 7 a.m.–8 p.m.
VI: 8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Consultation and registration +370 698 00000
Medicinos diagnostikos ir gydymo centras
V. Grybo g. 32, A
Vilnius, Vilniaus apskritis LT-10318 Lietuva

Telephone: (8-5) 2333000
Telephone: 8 698 00 000
Fax: (8-5) 2709127