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Why does the MRI make noise?

Wonder why a MRI makes so much noise?  It is part of the function of how it works.  Inside are gradients and these vibrate together giving of various load and rhymatic sounds.  Ear protection is essential. Whether it is ear plugs or headphone with music, it makes for a more comfortable examination. This article explains …

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Win a T-Shirt!

Would you like to win one of these t-shirts?  Each month we will 2 of them away! We will draw one name from our e-newsletter subscribers (email us at communitymri@hotmail to be added to the list). Watch for the other chance to win each month on our Facebook page! Join on on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CommunityMRICTServices Good …

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10th Anniversary

We are so pleased to be able to provide MRI & CT service to the Norfolk area for the past 10 years! Watch for various events in celebration of our 10th Anniversary all year. It is all of you that have made it possible for us to be able to serve this community for the …

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Shoulder Arthrogram

An arthrogram is a test using X-rays to obtain a series of pictures of a joint after a contrast material (such as a dye, water, air, or a combination of these) has been injected into the joint. It is often used in conjunction with MRI, especially if looking fro: assessment of the integrity of the …

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New Pacemaker Withstands MRI Scans

Pacemakers had been a big contraindication for MRI, making it difficult for Dr’s to conclude a diagnosis for some conditions without this study.  So glad for this new advancement, as it will benefit these people in the future! http://www.google.com/search?q=MRI+NEWS&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

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Price shopping for an MRI can save you thousands of dollars

Cash-paying patients in Colorado can shell out as much as $3,460 for a basic shoulder MRI – but a little shopping around can cut that cost to $450. Many consumers will check half a dozen gas stations for a few cents difference in price, but would never think they could save thousands of dollars by …

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