Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for quick and precise diagnosis of ligament and joint injuries as well as spinal problems. This technique (MRT = magnetic resonance tomography, or MRI) produces with the help of strong magnetic fields, individual, closely spaced cross-sectional images of the region to be examined (not as in a conventional X-ray fluoroscopy).
Depending on the physical composition of the tissue, various structures reflect differing signals, which are assembled to form a picture. This method ensures that operations can be planned and prepared for in the best possible way and form the ideal complement to X-ray in the pre-operative diagnosis.