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Open MRI Systems - Comfortable and Accommodating

The Open Wide-Bore MRI and the Open High-Field MRI systems provide for a more comfortable experience for patients that experience claustrophobia, have pain or mobility issues, or are larger in size. They are also an ideal solution for children.

The Open Wide-Bore MRI system allows for many scans to be done with the patient’s head outside of the unit. The spacious interior provides ample headroom plus extra legroom and elbowroom, ideal for patients who are anxious in enclosed spaces or who have a larger body size.

The Open Wide-Bore MRI is available at the MRI Group’s Eden Road location and at Lancaster General Health's Suburban Pavilion.

The Open High-Field MRI system also provides an increased level of comfort for patients. It is able to accommodate claustrophobic patients, young children, patients with a larger body size, and those experiencing pain or other mobility issues.

The Open High-Field MRI is located at the Kissel Hill location in Lititz.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 717-291-1016 or 888-MRI-1377.

MRI Scans Performed

  • Abdomen
  • Brain
  • Breast
  • Chest
  • Extremity
  • Heart
  • Joint
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA)
  • Magnetic Resonance Enterography (MRE)
  • Pelvis
  • Prostate
  • Spine
  • Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ)
  • 64-Slice CT

Breast MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging of the breast has helped physicians diagnose a broad range of conditions, because it can often provide doctors with information about breast health that other imaging technologies cannot.

Breast MRI is not a replacement for mammography or ultrasound imaging, but rather a supplemental tool for detecting and staging breast cancer and other breast abnormalities. Breast MRI can offer several advantages:

  • Non-invasive
  • No radiation exposure
  • Diagnose abnormalities that may be hidden by bone when using other imaging methods
  • Provide additional information on a diseased breast in order to make treatment decisions
  • Detect and stage breast cancer when mammograms and ultrasounds don’t provide enough information
  • Determine whether cancer detected by mammography, ultrasound, or after surgical biopsy has spread further in the breast or into the chest wall
  • Image dense breast tissue, common in young women
  • Image breast tissue in women with breast implants
  • Determine the integrity of breast implants

Learn More

MRI Safety Training

Breast MRI at MRI Group

What is a breast MRI? What information can it provide for your healthcare provider? This video explains the process and what you can expect during a breast MRI.

MRI-Guided Breast Biopsy

What is an MRI-guided breast biopsy? This video shows the process step-by-step from start to finish, so you will know what to expect during this procedure.

Breast MRI Q&A

There are many questions and concerns a patient will have about a breast MRI. This video covers many of the frequently asked questions that patients have, and answers from our medical staff.


 

 

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