Whether or not you can have an MRI with an implanted intracranial aneurysm clip depends on the specific type of clip used. To proceed, we’d require additional details. It’s generally safe to undergo an MRI if the aneurysm clip is non-ferromagnetic.
Absolutely, you’re able to have the MRI. To ensure your safety during the procedure, we’ll be taking extra precautions. Kindly remember to inform the staff before entering the MRI room.
Yes. This is completely safe.
Indeed, individuals with tattoos can undergo scanning. There’s a minor possibility of slight warmth around the tattoo, although this is extremely uncommon. To ensure a smooth process, please let the staff know before entering the MRI room so that they’re informed.
If there’s a possibility of metal fragments, especially in the eyes, being present in your body, we’ll need to conduct a brief X-ray to ensure the scan’s safety. To arrange for the X-ray, please reach out to us about a week or two before your scheduled scan.
Yes, a referral is necessary to proceed with a Whole Body MRI. If needed, we can help you obtain a referral from an independent medical practitioner without any charge. While it might appear like an extra step, this requirement is in place to ensure your well-being in case any significant medical discovery is made. A … Read more
No, undergoing an MRI with dental implants is considered safe. However, if you have dentures on a metallic plate, we might ask you to remove them for optimal image quality.
Yes, we do accept payments through Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.
While we do accept cash payments, unfortunately, we cannot process personal checks.
Yes, the cost of your Whole Body Scan is inclusive of all the taxes.