image-product 3T&nbspMagnetic Resonance Imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive and painless technique for creating detailed images of the structures of the human body. The accuracy of the images depends upon the magnetic induction. Skanmex is the only medical facility in Wroclaw and south-west Poland with the new Siemens 3T Magnetom Spectra MRI.
The induction field of this MRI is 3 Tesla, making it much faster and more accurate than most of the equipment used in Poland. It is a solution that offers a breakthrough improvement in image quality and therefore provides very precise and fast diagnostics.


Q&A "Questions and Answers"

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Mandatory questionnaire to be completed (also available in the clinic) – ATTACHMENTS

Before an MRI scan please:

  • Do not eat for 2 hours before appointment (not applicable for all examinations)
  • Bring your ID card and valid test results for creatinine levels (not applicable for all examinations).
  • Report to the reception 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment.
  • Bring any relevant previous medical records.
  • Take your daily drugs as prescribed.
  • The information for specific examinations (e.g. pelvic examinations) is available on registration.

Please notify us at registration if you have any of the following:

  • Implanted prosthesis,
  • Metal implant in the body,
  • Pacemaker,
  • IUD,
  • Metal clasps, screws, vascular clamps, tattoos or if as a result of your work, you may have chips or fragments of metal in your body,
  • Gunshot wounds – with bullet fragments in your body,
  • Dental fillings,
  • Medical operations and any allergies to contrast agents found during previous MRI examinations,
  • Allergies to any drugs, foods, chemicals or any other allergies
  • Chronic diseases,
  • Anxiety while in closed spaces (claustrophobia).

You need to let us know if you are pregnant and if you are breast-feeding, you should not feed your child for 24 hours after the scan.

Absolute contraindications (Exclusion from an MRI scan):

MRI produces a very strong magnetic field that interferes with electrical and electronic devices. You can’t have an MRI scan if you have them implanted in your body, in particular if you have:

  • Cardiac pacing system
  • Insulin pump
  • Implanted hearing aid
  • Neurostimulators
  • Intracranial metal clips
  • Pieces of metal in the eye

Relative contraindications (Partial exclusion from an MRI scan):

Relative contraindications to perform an MRI scan are:

  • Claustrophobia
  • Any metal object in the soft tissue
  • Orthopedic implants
  • Artificial heart valves
  • Permanent tattoo makeup
  • Braces
  • Pregnancy – not advisable to perform a scan in the first trimester

Notes

For patients with implants (that are relative contraindications) an MRI scan can be conducted only with the consent of the doctor that implanted the device or the referring doctor. They have to confirm that the scan can be performed in an MRI of the 1.5T field strength. In this regard, it is also possible to present a passport issued by the implant manufacturer.

Name Price
Head without contrast agent 450zł
Head with contrast agent 650zł
Head + spectroscopy 800zł
Head + spectroscopy with contrast agent 1 000zł
Head + perfusion 800zł
Head + perfusion + spectroscopy 1 100zł
Pituitary with contrast agent 650zł
Eye sockets with contrast agent 650zł
Craniofacial with contrast agent 650zł
Sinuses without contrast agent 450zł
Sinuses with contrast agent 650zł
Temporomandibular joints without contrast agent 800zł
Temporomandibular joints with contrast agent 1000zł
Cervical spine C without contrast agent 420zł
Cervical spine C with contrast agent 650zł
Thoracic spine TH without contrast agent – 420zł
Thoracic spine TH with contrast agent 650zł
Lumbosacral spine L / S without contrast agent 420zł
Lumbosacral spine L / S with contrast agent 650zł
Abdomen with contrast agent 700zł
Pelvic MRI with contrast agent – 1000zł
Gynecological MRI of pelvic towards endometriosis 1000zł
MRI cholangiopancreatography MRCP (bile ducts) 500zł
Penis 1000zł
Multiparametric MRI of the prostate (3T MRI) – 1000zł
Whole Body MRI 1400zł
ANGIO MRI (head) 500zł
AN MRI OF UPPER LIMBS
Shoulder joint without contrast agent – check SPECIAL OFFERS!!! 550zł
Shoulder joint with contrast agent 750zł
Elbow joint without contrast agent 500zł
Elbow joint with contrast agent 700zł
Wrist without contrast 500zł
Wrist with contrast agent 700zł
Hand without contrast agent 500zł
Hand with contrast agent 700zł
AN MRI OF LOWER LIMB
Hip joint without contrast agent- check SPECIAL OFFERS!!! 500zł
Hip joint with contrast agent 700zł
Knee without contrast agent 500zł
Knee with contrast agent 700zł
Ankle without contrast agent 500zł
Ankle with contrast agent 700zł
Feet (divided) without contrast agent 500zł
Feet (divided) with contrast agent 700zł
Sacroiliac joints with contrast agent 700zł
Tail bone MRI 500zł
Shin MRI 650zł

Is an MRI examination painful?

No, it is not.

Should I report to my MRI examination with an empty stomach?

MRI diagnostics do not require the patient to be fasting. However, it is recommended not to eat for 2 hours before the scheduled appointment.

Is menstruation a problem while I have a scheduled MRI appointment?

No, it is not.

Do I need a person to accompany me after the MRI examination?

If you had the contrast agent injected during your examination then the presence of an accompanying person is strongly advisable.

Can I drive a car after an MRI examination?

The examination itself does not affect the ability to drive.

Do I have to undress for examination?

For both the MRI and CT examination you will have to remove all items of clothing with metal parts. They can interfere with the image shown on the photo.

What if I have IUD?

An IUD is not a problem. But you should consult your GP a few days after the examination.

How long does the MRI examination take?

The standard examination lasts 15 to 30 minutes.

What is the weight admissibility for MRI?

Up to 130 kg.  The diameter of our gantry (MRI interior) is 60 cm.

Who conducts the examination?

The Radiographer and the Radiologist describe and oversee all results.

Why administer a contrast agent?

The contrast agent is administered to enhance the examined image. It is always given on the order of a physician radiologist supervising the examination.

Are the examinations carried out according to a set appointment time?

The designated appointment time is not necessarily going to be the actual time of the examination. Please take any possible delays into account.


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