“Health is not everything, but everything is nothing without health.”

— Arthur Schopenhauer

Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging

What is Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging?
Magnetic resonance imaging (MR) of the breast is an examination to obtain the most detailed imaging of the glandular parenchyma, pathological changes in the breast and all other structures of the breast that are clearer and more detailed than other imaging methods.

When is breast MRI used?
Breast MRI is used to diagnose changes in the breast, including screening for women at high risk for breast cancer, breast examination of the dense glandular parenchyma, assessment of cancer prevalence, resolution of unclear pathological lesions in the breast, assessment of implant status in the breast, and evaluation of implant rupture.

How to prepare for an MRI and what to expect during an MRI?

Intravenous contrast (IV) and preparation

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  • Prof.dr.sci. Ivan Drinković

    Prof.dr.sci. Ivan Drinković

  • Prof.dr.sc. Miljenko Marotti

    Prof.dr.sc. Miljenko Marotti