What’s the Difference Between an MRI and a CT?
Your doctor says you need a scan and immediately visions of a large machine fill your head. But do you know what you’re really in for when you need a CT or an MRI? It’s easy to get the two confused, especially if you’ve never had MRI or CT imaging done before. But from your perspective, lying on the table, there is a big difference! In this video, find out what each type of scan is like including how long it takes, why it’s used and how it works. That way, before you show up for your imaging appointment, you’ll know just what to expect:
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