What Does an Open MRI Look like?

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An open MRI looks like a regular MRI machine, except it does not have the large tube that normal MRI machines have. Instead, the MRI machine is completely open, so the patient lies on a table beneath a camera, instead of being enclosed inside the camera.
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Open Mri is patient friendly since it ensures the experience of undergoing a scan is as comfortable as possible for the patient. This kind of a scan is suitable for patients who are bariatric, claustrophobic and those who have limited mobility.
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A open MRI has magnets above and below you but the sides are completely open so that won't feel closed in. The original MRI was similar to a long tube and you were completely enclosed
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Open MRI machines produce very detailed images of the human body, aiding in early diagnosis of many diseases. They can be used to diagnose trauma, strokes, problems with the aorta
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An open MRI is a procedure done for scanning for brain tumors. The open scanner has become much more popular because it produces higher quality scans.
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