Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a technique that uses a magnetic, radio waves, which create detailed images of the tissues, organs within your body.
An MRI helps a doctor to diagnose disease, injury or to monitor how well you’re doing with a treatment. MRIs can be done on different parts of your body and organs such as breasts, Liver, Kidney, ovaries, prostate.
MRI of the brain and spinal cord looks for Blood vessel damage, Brain Injury, Cancer, Multiple sclerosis, Spinal cord injuries, Stroke.
Similarly, an MRI of the heart and blood vessels looks for Blocked blood vessels, Damage caused by a heart attack, Heart disease, Problems with the structure of the heart.
Where else MRI of Bones looks for Bone infections, Cancer, Damage to joints, Disc problems in the spine and more.