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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

To schedule an MRI at our Beaumont facility, give us a phone or send us an email through our website. You can also come straight to our clinic to make an MRI appointment

Depending on the health insurance carrier, this process could take as little as a few minutes or as long as a few days. The procedure of arranging an MRI can be quite straightforward or rather complex, depending on several criteria such as the specific health insurance provider and the type of exam required. Our goal is to complete each order as correctly and quickly as possible.

Internal body structures can be viewed using both MRIs and CT scans. A CT scan, on the other hand, is faster and can offer images of tissues, organs, and skeletal structures. An MRI is extremely capable of obtaining images that assist doctors in determining whether or not there are abnormal tissues within the body. MRIs produce more detailed images. When compared to a CT scan, magnetic resonance imaging produces sharper images. When clinicians need a picture of soft tissues, an MRI is preferable to x-rays or CT scans.


  • A personal injury attorney may advise an injured person to have an MRI to assist diagnose any damage. Because vehicle accident injuries are not often obvious right away, MRIs can assist establish whether or not long-term or difficult-to-diagnose damage has occurred.

An MRI scan generates images of blood flow to different parts of the brain. A medical specialist can analyze the anatomy of the wounded victim's brain and identify whether any sections are not functioning normally by obtaining these vital photographs after a car accident. An MRI scan can reveal damage to the liver and bile ducts, the kidneys, the spleen, the pancreas, and the uterus.

An MRI will almost always raise the value of your settlement. Because of the higher expense, the MRI usually raises settlement on its own. Any injuries captured by the scan may potentially be used to support your case as proof of injury sustained during the accident.

Yes, the family mediclaim policy covers a variety of medical testing. Blood tests, stool tests, CT scans, X-rays, sonography, MRI, and other tests are examples of these. However, a valid prescription is necessary, and the test must be part of the treatment of a condition covered by your health insurance policy.

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