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MRI: Contact Mission Imaging 3T MRI for the highest level of service and technology available

We provide the most comprehensive imaging services in Colton, California, and the surrounding region. Our team of skilled specialists uses the most advanced MRI technology to do a wide range of diagnostic imaging services. Mission Imaging 3T MRI is created to give our patients the best care and service we can. Make an appointment to experience the 3T MRI difference at Mission Imaging.

Your Convenience and Satisfaction are Our Concerns

Our open MRI scanners are made to be as comfortable as possible, which helps ease anxiety and claustrophobia. This makes magnetic resonance imaging (MRI or MR) a good option for worried individuals.

Patient Comfort

With our imaging facilities, we strive to make patients feel at ease. Because of this, people getting tested can access their favorite songs and ways to calm down. Not only are our technicians trained and licensed, but they can also put even the most nervous patient at ease.

How It Works ?

Unlike traditional radiographs (x-rays), radioisotope investigations, or CT scanning, MRI does not use ionizing radiation. Instead, radio waves are used to “activate” and then “relax” protons in a high magnetic field.

Each sequence presents a cross-section of the body in one of many planes, with its contrast level (left-to-right, front-to-back, top-to-bottom).

Frequently Asked Questions

Before the test, maintain your usual routine: eat, drink, and take any recommended medicines. You may be requested to wear a gown during the trial, or you may be permitted to stay wearing your clothing if they lack metal fasteners.

A typical MRI scan takes between 30 and 60 minutes. It is possible to apply a contrast material to make specific features in the images created more distinct. This may lengthen the time of your test.

  • Valuables such as jewelry, watches, credit cards, and hearing aids are prone to breakage.
  • During an MRI scan, hair clips, pins, hair extensions with buckles, metal zippers, and other comparable metal objects may cause distortion.
  • Removable dental procedure
  • Body piercings
  • Pocketknives,  eyeglasses, and pens

MRI scans are generally safe for people with metal implants, with a few exceptions. The following implants should not be scanned, and patients with them should not enter the MRI room:

  • Cochlear placement
  • A variety of clips are used to treat brain aneurysms.
  • Some cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers have coils of metal implanted into blood arteries.
  • The MRI is the most efficient and accurate technology for detecting abnormalities in the body. This non-invasive technique gave them a detailed picture of what was occurring within the human body. The medical community may use MRI scans to examine the following:

    • Abnormalities in the body, such as tumors, cysts, and others
    • Deformities of the spinal cord or the brain.
    • Mammogram screenings
    • Point damage and malformations
    • Health worries
    • Conditions affecting the Liver and Abdomen
    • Endometriosis or fibroids may cause pain in the female pelvis.
    • Suspected uterine anomalies 

    Moreover, MRI technology is continually being used in novel ways.

The radiologist will examine the MRI scans to ensure no more images are necessary. You may return home after they’re done. Your physician will then get the photos, and you will schedule an appointment to discuss the findings.