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CDI has opened its 8th location in Puget Sound, offering high-field open MRI, low-dose CT and injections to lessen pain.
A coil helps the MR machine gather high-quality images of a specific body part and is essential in generating images.
Did you know that not all MRI machines look the same? There is a WIDE difference in this unique scanner technology. Know your options.
A High-field (high-quality) MRI can be experienced on an OPEN scanner. Watch this video of a patient experiencing an exam on CDI-Kirkland's High-field Open MRI.
The type of MRI can be an issue for patients who are claustrophobic, obese or broad-shoulder. High-field Open MRI may be a good option for these patients to more comfortably complete quality imaging needed to guide care.
Understand the difference between a General Diagnostic Radiologist and a Subspecialized Radiologist. The doctor viewing your medical images and writing the report is critical in identifying the right diagnosis to help your provider determine the best treatment path.
At CDI’s Kirkland center, trained technologists help you through medical imaging services: High-field Open MRI, MRI, 16-slice CT, Ultrasound and X-ray.
If you’ve ever taken a deep breath before tackling something that makes you fearful, you’ve experienced the power of the inhale and the exhale.
For many patients, the idea of getting an MRI causes feelings of anxiety. Not only in the uncertainty of the results, but in getting through the exam itself. This video offers helpful tips from Seattle-based yoga instructor explaining breathing techniques and additional recommendations from a therapist on getting through situations that make us uncomfortable.
Claustrophobia and a traditional MRI don't often mix well. For people who experience fear or anxiety when in an enclosed space, there are options to completing an MRI comfortably.