Prior to an MRI examination, it is always recommended to consult your doctor for details, but native examinations does not require special preparation.
Do not eat for six hours before an examination carried out with a contrast agent.
It is important to know that due to the strong magnetic field, it is forbidden to bring any device or object containing metal into the examination room. This also applies to jewelry and piercings in the body.
It is necessary to remove make-up during an eye examination, because due to the metal content of some products, erroneous formulas may appear on the image.
Unlike CT, MRI does not involve radiation exposure (a safer alternative for pregnant women after the first trimester). The risk of an allergic reaction is minimal when using contrast agent.