What We Look Like to Our Radiologist

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The striking beauty of MRI images—and what makes us human

An MRI scan uses magnetism, radio waves and computer technology to produce images of different parts of the body. The combination of the magnetic field and radio waves create highly detailed images to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions and diseases.

To those suffering with pain or facing a medical issue, MRIs are simply a non-invasive diagnostic experience—but the images produced not only provide physicians with the ability to evaluate tissue, organs, bones and joints, they’re often more amazing than one could ever imagine.

And since most of us never actually get to view our own MRI scans, we’d like to share some of the most stunning MRI images with you. Here’s what your radiologist sees when you have an MRI:

 1. Baby in the womb

Baby in the womb

2. The Brain

The Brain

3. The Neck

The Neck

4. The Foot

The Foot

5. Lungs


6. Hands


7. Knee Joint

Knee Joint

8. The heart

The heart

9. The Spine

The Spine

10. The Torso

The Torso

At POM MRI & Imaging Centers, we never tire of seeing the magnificent images produced by MRI scans, ultrasounds, CT scans and X rays. It’s just another reason why we love what we do and feel privileged to serve our patients, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals.

For more information on health scans like MRIs, CTs and x-rays, contact POM MRI & Imaging Centers today.

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