MRI Scanning

MRI Scanning at Rowley Hall Hospital

What is an MRI used for?

An MRI is used to diagnose conditions, plan treatments, and see the effectiveness of previous treatments.

An MRI can be used to examine most parts of your body, including your brain and spinal cord; bones and joints; breasts; internal organs, such as your liver, kidneys, bowel, pancreas, bladder, womb and prostate gland; blood vessels and lymph nodes.

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Cystoscopy Flexible Male

A flexible cystoscopy is a procedure to check for any problems in your bladder using a flexible fibre-optic telescope (cystoscope).

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X-Ray

An X-Ray uses electromagnetic radiation to see through your skin and show images of your internal features beneath it. X-rays are commonly performed, quick and non-invasive procedures that you can’t feel or see with your naked eye.

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Transbronchial Biopsy

A transbronchial biopsy is a procedure to perform a lung biopsy (removing a small piece of lung tissue).

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