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Information for doctor about MR

Our Magnetic Resonance Facility Is Here.

  informed consent  MR request form

(The list of contraindications for the examination can be found on your request form).

To make an appointment call the reception phone number +420 534 008 354 daily from 7am to 6pm.

General Principles of Magnetic Resonance

  • The more accurately and in detail you fill in the request form and specify the requirement, the more accurate and detailed can be the MR examination and the conclusion!
  • Please send your patient to the MR examination with all their previous available X-ray, CT and MR documentation (not just descriptions) and results from examinations performed so far
  • Abdominal area and some pathological conditions of the skeleton are rather the domain of CT, but not always – it is better to discuss special indications directly at the MR department with the physician
  • The prerequisite for the MR examinations is to be completely still during the examination (20 to 40 minutes).
  • The exact procedure and method of the examination (including the application of the contrast agent) will be specified by the physician at the magnetic resonance after the analysis of the clinical data and medical history as well as during the examination according to the result of the first examination sequences.

 Methodical paper for MR examination of patients with metal implants
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List of Indications for Magnetic Resonance Examination (MR)

Neurology

Brain (all intracranial pathological processes, both intra- and extra cerebral)

  • - congenital malfunctions
  • - inflammations
  • - primary tumors and metastases
  • - post-traumatic changes
  • - demyelinating diseases, degenerative diseases, diseases of vascular etiology
  • - pathology of cerebral arteries and veins – when suspecting valve, stenosis or aneurysm,...
  • - MRAG, however, cannot replace classical angiography to evaluate fine vascular changes

Types of Possible Required Brain Examinations:

  • Magnetic Resonance of the brain, posterior fossa, pituitary
  • - MRAG of intracranial vessels (arteries or veins)

Spine and Spinal Cord (all intraspinal and spinal pathological processes)

  • - congenital malformations
  • - inflammations
  • - primary tumors and metastases  (intradural, extradural)
  • - post-traumatic changes
  • - demyelinating anf degenerative diseases
  • - diseases of vascular etiology

Types of Possible Required Examinations of the Spine:

  • - MR examination of C, Th, LS spine (appropriate to specify the neurological findings)

Opthalmology

• pathological processes both intra- and extraocular

  • - inflammations
  • - tumors
  • - endocrinopathy
  • - degenerative diseases

Types of Possible Required Examinations : 

  • - MR examination of the orbit

ORL

• MR of the area of the skull base, bone rock (especially soft-tissue), sinuses.

Orthopedics

Types of Possible Required Examinations:

  • - MR examination of the shoulder and knee joint

Gynecology

Types of Possible Required Examinations:

  • - MR examination of small pelvis (specify the area)

Urology

• pathological processes in adrenal glands, kidneys and male genitalia

  • -congenital malfunctions
  • - inflammations
  • - tumors

Types of Possible Required Examinations: 

  • - MR examination of kidneys, retroperitoneum

Surgery

• pathologies of parenchymal abdominal organs and retroperitoneum (especially liver processes)

  • - assessment of the biliary tract (preceded by an ultrasound examination)

Types of Possible Required Examinations: 

  • - MR liver examination