Cancer diagnosis overview
3T MRI Oncological Imaging
MRI is universally recognised as a vital tool for the diagnosis, treatment and tracking of diseases such as cancer. With the development of 3T MRI, which has already been proven to offer significant advantages over 1.5 T for many cancer related examinations, people have a better chance of receiving an accurate diagnosis which will help decide the most appropriate treatment as soon as possible.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging plays a central role in oncology. Without using any potentially harmful ionizing radiation or radio-active markers, MRI is a widely accepted technique for patients of any age. Being a 3T, our scanner has the best capabilities for tumor identification and characterization during all steps of disease management – screening, surgery planning, therapy monitoring, and follow-up. By providing metabolic and diffusion information, MR goes beyond pure imaging.
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