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What's the difference between a cat scan and an mri

Although both can be used to diagnose the same condition, they have different uses. An MRI uses more powerful magnets than a CT (computerized tomography) scan to produce detailed, three-dimensional images of the body.

What is a contrast-enhanced mri called?

A contrast-enhanced mri uses contrast dye (dye-enhanced mri, dye-enhanced mri, dye-enhanced axial mri, dye-enhanced axial mri).

What is the difference between a contrast-enhanced mri and a dye-enhanced mri?

Dye-enhanced mri uses dye (mercury-based, gadolinium-based, iodine-based) contrast agents to highlight the diseased or injured areas.

What is a CT scan?

A CT scan uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the body, much like a mri.

What is a CT axial mri?

A CT axial mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the body, much like a mri.

What is a CT head mri?

A CT head mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the head and neck, much like a mri.

What is a CT body mri?

A CT body mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the body, much like a mri.

What is a CT spine mri?

A CT spine mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the spine, much like a mri.

What is a CT pelvis mri?

A CT pelvis mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the pelvis, much like a mri.

What is a CT abdomen mri?

A CT abdomen mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the abdomen, much like a mri.

What is a CT neck mri?

A CT neck mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the neck, much like a mri.

What is a CT brain mri?

A CT brain mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the brain, much like a mri.

What is a CT chest mri?

A CT chest mri uses computerized x-ray technology to produce detailed cross-sectional images of the chest, much like a mri.

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