MRI with Anesthesia

MRI of any region can be done under anesthesia, for pediatric or adult patients.

Must be authorized in advance by an imaging physician.
 

Indications

  • When the patient can't or won't hold still
  • Pediatrics
  • Extreme pain laying on back
  • Ventilator dependency
  • Claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces, such as the MRI tube)
  • Other potential complicating factors

Contrast

Contrast administration and sequences will be determined by the radiologist. Please detail the indications when ordering, so the radiologist can decide whether contrast is needed.
 

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