MRI Test

What is Magnetic Resonance Imaging Test (MRI)?

MRI is the abbreviation of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. In this technique, a magnetic field and computer-generated radio waves are used to create a visual representation of the organs or tissues of interest in the body. 

MRI Test Price in Pakistan

MRI Scan price in Pakistan ranges between (550-30000) Rupees. The MRI test cost in Pakistan varies depending upon the lab and city you are choosing to get your test. However, to get a discount on MRI test prices in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, and other major cities, you can book your CBC test from Healthwire.

How can I Book MRI Test Near Me?

You can easily book an MRI test online. Doctors at the best hospitals across the country including Iqra Medical Complex which is equipped with the latest medical technology rely on Healthwire for efficient booking of an MRI Test. To book MRI Test at affordable price in Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and other major cities, you can call us at 042352500989/02137130261 or click on the test for instant booking. 

To book your MRI test:

  • You can simply click on the lab test online via our web or Healthwire app 
  • Select the MRI test or upload prescription
  • Pay in cash or online (debit/credit card, JazzCash)
  • Our representative will call you for confirmation

You can also call us at 042352500989  or click on the test for instant booking. You can also avail discount on the MRI test cost if you book your test via Healthwire.

Why is MRI Test Conducted?

The doctor can recommend you an area to examine the organs or tissues of your body in a detailed manner. 

MRI for the brain and spinal cord

It is one of the most widely used imaging tests for both the brain and the spinal cord. It is often conducted to diagnose:

  • Aneurysms of cerebral vessels
  • Disorders of the eye and the inner ear 
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Tumors
  • Brain injury or trauma 
  • Spinal cord disorders

MRI for heart and blood vessels 

An imaging test that focuses on the heart and the blood vessels is used to assess the following:

  • Size and the function of the heart chambers and valves 
  • Thickness and movements of the walls of the heart
  • The damage extent that is caused by either heart attack or cardiac disease
  • Structural and chronic problems in the aorta such as aneurysms or dissections 
  • Blockage or inflammation in the blood vessels

MRI of other organs

MRI can further be used to check out the anomalies in the internal body organs such as:

  • Liver or bile duct
  • Spleen
  • Pancreas
  • Uterus 
  • Ovaries
  • Prostate 
  • Kidneys 

MRI of bones and joints 

MRI can also be used for:

  • Joint abnormalities that are caused by traumatic or repetitive injuries such as torn cartilage or damaged ligaments 
  • Disk abnormalities in the spinal cord
  • Severe bone infections
  • Tumors in the bones and soft tissues

MRI of the breasts 

To detect breast cancer, MRI is used with mammography. This procedure is mostly performed in those women who have dense breast tissue and are at a higher risk of this disease. 

How is MRI Test Performed?

The patient is asked to lie on a moving table. The table is then slid into the open tube. There is a microphone attached to the tube so that the person can communicate with the person who is carrying out the test. If a person has claustrophobia they are given sedation so that they can sleep during the process. 

The MRI machine is able to create a strong magnetic field and the waves are directed at the patient.

Sometimes contrast material is also injected so that the details of the inner working of the body can be enhanced. 

A person has to sit still because otherwise the images will be blurred. 

How to Interpret MRI Test Results?

The doctor or radiologist will analyze the reports. The healthcare provider will then discuss the outcomes of the test with you in great detail. 


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