MRI CT Scan Price in Delhi


MRI CT Scan in Delhi

Diagonostic Bazar is one stop solution for all type of MRI scans to guide and advice about the best available MRI Scan centres in Delhi. We provide you support and booking with the best MRI Scan centres in Delhi. We also negotiate the best available price for you.

MRI Introduction

MRI is a non-invasive modality using nuclear magnetic resonance to render images of the inside of an object. It is primarily used in medical imaging to demonstrate pathological or other physiological alterations of the living tissues.

MR imaging uses a powerful magnet, radio waves and a computer to generate pictures of organs, soft tissues, one and other internal body structures in exquisite detail. No harmful ionizing radiation is used in MR imaging the usual applications of MRI are in:

  • Diagnosing tumors or inflammatory granulomas in brain
  • Diagnosing infections in the brain, spine or joints
  • Visualizing torn ligaments in the wrist, knee and ankle
  • Visualizing degenerative disease of spine and bulging discs
  • Visualizing shoulder injuries and tendonitis
  • Diagnosing stroke in the earliest stage
  • Visualizing blood vessels

Functional MRI

Functional MRI (fMRI) measures signal changes in the brain that are due to changing neural activity and is also referred to as BOLD imaging (Blood oxygen level dependent).

A person's brain is scanned while he or she is performing a certain physical task such as squeezing a ball or looking at a particular type of picture. When the neural activity is increased, there is increase in oxygen demand and the vascular system actually overcompensates for this, increasing the amount of oxygenated haemoglobin relative to deoxygenated haemoglobin.

Such techniques are being used in pre-surgical planning and in basic neuroscience research in areas such as memory, expressive and receptive speech, visual spatial processing and other cognitive processes. MR imaging is based on the relaxation properties of excited hydrogen nuclei in water and lipids when the object to be imaged in placed in powerful magnetic field in form of a large cylindrical magnet.

The spins of atomic nuclei arrange in a particular manner parallel or anti-parallel to the applied magnetic field. After this orthogonal magnetic gradients are applied in X,Y & Z axes to selectively image different volume picture elements of the subject. This data is created in a 2D or 3D matrix and images are created from this matrix.

Diffusion MRI

Diffusion weighted images are very commonly used in the assessment of acute stroke and are also widely used in oncology.

Diffusion Tensor Imaging , also known as MR Tractography non-invasively maps white matter tracts. Diffusion parallel to nerve fibers has been shown to be greater than diffusion in the perpendicular direction. This provides a powerful tool to study in vivo fiber connectivity in the brain in a noninvasive manner and preoperative planning of resectability of brain tumors. Application of this technique to stroke, Alzheimer's disease and pediatric brain development are being investigated.

MR angiography/MR venography

MR angiography is used to generate pictures of the arteries to detect any abnormal narrowing/dilatation or abnormal arterio-venous connections. MR angiography is often used to evaluate the arteries of the neck and brain, the thoracic and renal arteries and the arteries of legs. Magnetic Resonance Venography (MRV) is a similar procedure used to image veins.

MR Spectroscopy

MR spectroscopy is a noninvasive method providing metabolic information about the brain. MR spectroscopy enables tissue characterization on a biochemical level surpassing that of conventional MR imaging. MR spectroscopy is also able to detect abnormalities that are invisible to conventional MRI because metabolic abnormalities often precede structural changes.

Magnetic resonance imaging or MRI scanning uses magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to produce images of body structures.

MRI scanning is painless and does not involve x-ray radiation.

Patients with heart pacemakers, metal implants, or metal chips or clips in or around the eyes cannot be scanned with MRI because of the effect of the magnet.

Claustrophobic sensation can occur with MRI scanning.

Full-body MRI Scan cost in Delhi

Actually when you said about the full body that means you need a complete diagnosis of tissues of your body and price of full body scan could be increased beyond the limit because it is all depends that how much part need to be scan or organ scan. Generally the price of full body scan is approx. Rs.14, 000/- In this scan Radiologist will examine the whole body and scan mainly at head, chest, and spine. You can also quote us your desired scan so our expert does the same.