With the full-body MRI as screening, the entire body is examined in the context of prevention and early detection (check-up) without radiation exposure or contrast media and with high comfort, as it is exclusively done in the "Open MRI Panorama".
The examination takes about 40 to 60 minutes. The guiding principle of a check-up is to identify health risks or hidden diseases at an early stage. Preventive measures and early treatments are easier and more effective than the treatment of already outbraked diseases.
The whole-body MRI is suitable for the examination of:
- brain, head and neck, chest, abdominal organs,
- the entire skeletal system,
- large joints and the muscular system,
- lymphatic system
- an the large vessels.