Capitol Imaging Services (CIS) offers some reasons that work to answer the question, “why would a doctor specify a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on a 3T ultra-high field scanner?”
- The increased magnet strength gives us many benefits at no additional expense.
- 3T MRI is an advanced scanner, producing clearer images and more accurate diagnoses.
- 3T MRI helps doctors see abnormalities on very small scales, allowing for a more specific diagnosis. Examples include diagnosing and treating conditions such as:
- Musculoskeletal and heart diseases
CIS utilizes state-of-the art 3T MRI systems at locations in Baton Rouge, Marrero, Metairie and Slidell, LA, and in Cullman, AL. Our continued investment in advanced technology signifies our commitment to the southeastern United States. Capitol Imaging Services does not believe in standing pat, but in researching and acquiring the right technology for the right screening and diagnostic testing reasons.
The powerful systems are further bolstered by advanced software platinum (i.e. top of the line) platforms that are critical for our technologists and radiologists to produce the superior images doctors expect from ultra high field systems.
Capitol Imaging Services is accredited by the American College of Radiology in MRI. This accreditation signifies that our centers meet or exceed standards set for MRI in quality, technology, reporting and expertise. When 3T is recommended, turn to the independent outpatient provider that surpasses the older systems offered by other imagers.
At CIS, we do not sacrifice quality for cost. By choosing CIS, you often have the opportunity to significantly lower costs you would have to pay as a result of your MRI and you have an unfulfilled health insurance deductible or some other form of co-payment.
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