RMN Bucuresti is a safe and noninvasive diagnostic procedure that uses a magnetic field to generate high-resolution images of organs, tissues, and the skeletal system. It can detect tumors, infections, injuries, diseases of blood vessels and other abnormalities that may not be detected in X-rays or CT scans.
It can also show how the brain functions, which is important in diagnosing problems such as Alzheimer’s disease. An MRI is more accurate than a computed tomography (CT) scan for examining soft tissue. Unlike CT, MRI does not use radiation and is safe for children.
The radiologist will explain the scanning process to the patient and answer questions. It is important that the patient lies still during the scan. Movement can cause inaccurate results. The radiologist may give you medication to help you relax. Some patients may receive an injection of contrast dye to improve the visibility of certain tissues.
The Future of Diagnostics: Trends and Developments in MRI in Bucharest
Visiting scholar Luisa Ciobanu, a magnetic resonance imaging expert and innovation extraordinaire, is back at Beckman to advance the institute’s endeavors in this powerful diagnostic tool. Her broad research experience spans neuroscience, pharmaceuticals, and biomedical imaging — but her strongest suit is MRI.
In the past, MRI examinations requiring general anesthesia for young children could not be performed at the Institute of Oncology because of insufficient space. The Daruieste Aripi Association has begun renovating a new space for the purpose, of making it possible to perform these examinations in children, which is highly beneficial.