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The form requests information regarding a prior surgical procedure to help determine if there may be an implant or device present that could create a problem. Information is also requested pertaining to prior diagnostic imaging studies that may be helpful to review for assessment of the patient's condition.
On the day of your MRI scan, you should be able to eat, drink and take any medication as usual, unless you're advised otherwise. In some cases, you may be asked not to eat or drink anything for up to 4 hours before the scan, and sometimes you may be asked to drink a fairly large amount of water beforehand.
Screenings and diagnostic tests initially differ based on their intended users and whether they're symptomatic or not. Screening tests are intended for asymptomatic (showing no or disguised symptoms) people, whereas diagnostic tests are intended for those showing symptoms in need of a diagnosis.
A type of test that makes detailed pictures of areas inside the body. Imaging tests use different forms of energy, such as x-rays (high-energy radiation), ultrasound (high-energy sound waves), radio waves, and radioactive substances.
Screening means taking pictures of various parts of your body to detect cancer or other serious problems early on before symptoms appear. Diagnostic imaging, which includes x-rays and MRI scans, is used to determine what caused a specific problem with a person's health.
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Questions to ask your doctor What information will the MRI scan provide? Is there any reason why I shouldnt have an MRI scan? (If you have any implanted devices (such as a pacemaker, stents, an pump, or an artificial joint), be sure your doctor knows about them.) Will my exam involve contrast agent?
You can find the MRI Pre-Screening Checklist in Epic by going to Order History and finding the order for the MRI. Double click on the order and scroll to the section marked \u201cOrder Questions.\u201d Providers ordering this study will be prompted to answer questions while placing the order.
Screening means taking pictures of various parts of your body to detect cancer or other serious problems early on before symptoms appear. Diagnostic imaging, which includes x-rays and MRI scans, is used to determine what caused a specific problem with a person's health.
On the day of your MRI scan, you should be able to eat, drink and take any medication as usual, unless you're advised otherwise. In some cases, you may be asked not to eat or drink anything for up to 4 hours before the scan, and sometimes you may be asked to drink a fairly large amount of water beforehand.
Before an MRI exam, eat normally and continue to take your usual medications, unless otherwise instructed. You will typically be asked to change into a gown and to remove things that might affect the magnetic imaging, such as: Jewelry. Hairpins.

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