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Centralia_MRIWhat is an MRI?

This imaging method uses a series of cross-sectional pictures that allows radiologists to see inside some areas of the body that cannot be viewed using conventional X-rays.

Common uses

Areas of the body that may undergo an MRI scan include the head, chest, abdomen, vital organs and extremities such as hands, feet and ankles. These scans give your physician important information in diagnosing a potential medical condition.