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MRI in Frankfurt: What is an MRI?

Magnetic resonance imaging, abbreviated MRI (tomography from the Ancient Greek τόμος/tomos (slice or section) and γράφω/graphō (to write or describe), is an imaging procedure in medical diagnostics.

MRI in Frankfurt is used to visualize the structure and function of tissues and organs in the body, and it is completely painless. With the help of MRI, cross-sectional images of the human body can be generated, allowing for the assessment of organs and many pathological changes in the organs. Neither X-rays nor ionizing radiation (radioactivity) are used. The images are generated solely with the help of magnetic fields and radio waves.

For modern medical imaging diagnostics, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has a very high value: This technique allows for detailed examination of anatomical structures such as bones, organs, or blood vessels. Injuries or other changes can be precisely localized and diseases can be detected at an early stage.

For over 10 years, Dr. Catarina Jung has specialized in MRI diagnostics. With her expertise, she can make diagnoses for patients that are of great importance for further treatment and healing. Dr. Catarina Jung works in her private practice in Frankfurt with the Magnetom Aera, which has a particularly wide opening of 70 cm (currently the largest available on the market).

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