The MRI device resembles a large, thick ring with a table moving at the bottom, the patient lying on it as instructed by the doctor.
Examination of the joints is usually done lying on your back. However, some scans may require tilting and holding the joint to make the best shot.
The MRI device makes a noisy, clicking noise, the intensity of which can be reduced by using earplugs.
The Medicover MRI machine is called a “closed device”, so the patient may feel confined. However, the good news is that this can be mitigated by a larger than average inside diameter of 70 centimetres.