Cardiac MRI

Specialty of Radiology

Cardiac MRI is a non-invasive medical diagnostic test that does not use X-rays but creates a powerful magnetic field. It obtains accurate images of the heart and vessels from multiple angles. The signals emitted by electromagnetic waves are collected and translated into images that can be observed on a monitor, allowing the professional to study them. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging is primarily used to evaluate or diagnose the severity of heart damage following myocardial infarction, as well as to detect the presence of tumours or masses in the heart muscle. This test usually lasts between 30 and 60 minutes and requires prior preparation of the patient. In addition, with this tool, the experts can perfectly differentiate the different anatomical structures to make a clearer and more accurate diagnosis.

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

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