CT and MRI are essential imaging techniques in today’s world. We rely heavily on reports from the CT and MRI scan for a detailed picture of the inside.
MRI uses a magnetic field to picture the desired body part or organ. For the same purpose, a CT scan uses an x-ray.
Both investigations are detailed, non-invasive, and sensitive; however, each choice varies depending on the condition to be diagnosed.
What is an MRI?
MRI is also known as the Magnetic resonance imaging technique. It uses radio waves produced by large magnets to create pictures of the inside of the body. The waves penetrate the body and are reflected off the tissues depending on the tissue densities. The reflected waves create a picture of the organ.
It is done with the help of a large machine. The machine has a tunnel-like structure and a bed that slides into it. The large