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Magnetom Symphony is an advanced high-field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) used to provide detailed images for the vascular, cardiac and neurologic systems. Its short-bore design contributes to greater patient comfort while providing the best image resolution and quality available. The Symphony MRI has the ability to localize all parts of the body and allows scanning of multiple areas of the body without moving the patient on and off the table.

Most revolutionary about the Symphony MRI system is the neuro-program, which will allow more accurate assessment of neurological disease.

STANDARD USE:The Magnetic Resonance Imaging system uses a high magnetic field to gather images of structures within the body such as:

Neurological system: brain and spinal cord Bones and joints; including vertebrae Soft tissues such as tendons and ligaments Breast

Contact Eisenhower Imaging Center at (760) 674-3850 for more information.

KESQ News Team


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