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Abdominal MRI

What Is Abdominal MRI?
Abdominal Magnetic Resonance (MRI) is an examination that provides the most detailed imaging of your abdominal organs (liver, pancreas, kidney, spleen and other abdominal structures), which is clearer and more detailed than other imaging methods with this method and does not use ionizing radiation.

What additional MR examinations do we use for MR abdomen?
Liver MRI by specific hepatotropic agent
MRCP
MRI urography
MRI fistulography

When Is MRI Abdomen Used?
Abdominal MRI is used to diagnose and evaluate diseases of the abdominal organs ie liver (fatty liver, cirrhosis, hemangiomas, tumors/liver cancer), bile duct diseases and bile (gallbladder polyps, tumors/gallbladder cancer, gallbladder stones, pneumobilia), pancreatic diseases (pancreatic cysts, acute pancreatitis, chronic pancreatitis, tumor / pancreatic cancer), change in spleen (spleen hemangioma, spleen metastases, spleen cancer) bowel diseases (inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis , tumor / bowel cancer, bowel stenosis, bowel complication, diverticulitis), kidney disease (cystic fibrosis, tumors / kidney cancer, cyst, kidney stones – nephrolithiasis, pyelonephritis, horseshoe kidney), adrenal diseases.

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