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MR Urinary Tract

What is MRI Urinary Tract?
 
Is the examination used to evaluate the renal system, ureter and urinary bladder where patients with recurrent urinary tract infections and blood in the urine and follow patients with an earlier history of urinary tract cancers.
 
 
Why should I do it?
 
  • Evaluation and detection of kidney stones and urinary tract
  • Detection of UTIs
  • Help in the diagnosis of recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Help diagnose the causes of blood in the urine
 
Any preparations needed?
 
  • Please notify your doctor or technician if you are allergic to it, such as iodine, x-ray, medicines, food, environment, or chest allergy
  • Please notify your doctor if you have serious health problems, or have recently undergone surgery.
  • Please notify the technician or technician in case of pregnancy.
  • Consult your doctor to describe mild sedation if you are suffering from claustrophobia (claustrophobia)
  • Please leave things at home if possible or take them off before checking at least:
  • Jewelry
  • Watches
  • Credit cards
  • Hearing aids
  • Pins
  • Hairpins
  • Any metal objects
  • Dentures
  • Pens
  • Pocket knife
  • The glasses
This also applies to parents and mothers accompanying their children within the organ room.
 
  • Magnetic resonance screening or even presence in the examination area for the following individuals is prohibited, except under the instructions and supervision of the radiologist or technician:
  • Cardiac pacemaker (Pacemaker), or internal defibrillator
  • Cochlear implants
  • Patients with cerebral vasodilation
  • Some patients with blood vessels
  • Plant any medical or electronic equipment in the body.
  • Some implants within the body need a period of time (typically 6 weeks) before a magnetic resonance scan can be performed. Some examples include: -
  • Artificial heart valves.
  • Equipment for the release of cultivated medicines.
  • Artificial limbs or metal joints.
  • Pins
  • Slides
  • Nails
  • Stents.
  • It is prohibited to conduct magnetic resonance imaging on newly-transplanted patients. In case of uncertainty, please check the normal rays, to make sure that there is a modern industrial joint or not or any metal body inside the body.
  • Children may need a sedative or anesthetic to conduct the examination without movement