This article contains information about the procedure, before care, after care, and side effects of the MRI of Right Finger.
What is MRI of Right Finger?
A Magnetic Resonance (MRI) is based on the magnetic resonance imaging, and is used to diagnose a disease, or injury and generate image of different internal structures of the body.
A MRI of Right Finger is used to show the soft tissues, bones and any kind of injury, or swelling in the ligaments, and tendons in the right finger.
How is MRI of Right Finger performed?
The steps involved in the MRI of Right Finger are as follows:
- The patient will be made to lie on a narrow table that slides into a large scanner.
- Sometimes a special dye (contrast) is used.
- The dye is injected into a vein in the arm before the test.
- The dye helps to see certain areas more clearly.
- The images are captured, stored, viewed, and printed on film.
The MRI will take about 30-60 minutes.
Side effects/risks of MRI of Right Finger:
The side effects of an MRI of Right Finger scan may include the following:
● Mild skin rash and hives.
● Pain at the site of injection.
Preparation before performing MRI of Right Finger?
The only preparation before performing the MRI of Right Finger is that the patient has to not drink or eat anything at least 3 hours before the procedure.
The patient must remove their jewellery or anything else which might interfere with the images of the scan.
Post-care after MRI of Right Finger:
There are no post care measures as such after the MRI of Right Finger and the patient may continue their daily activities.
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