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Lowest MRI Scan Spine Cost in Chennai!
Lowest MRI Scan Spine Cost in Chennai!

MRI Spine Scan or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Spine is a special type of scan that uses magnetic rays to create a detailed image of the spine. 

MFine offers you high-quality lab options, and an excellent discount of 60%, for your MRI Spine in Chennai.  

MRI Scan Spine In Chennai By MFine

  • Trust of booking through one of India’s largest e-health players 
  • 5,500+ MRI spine scans completed 
  • ₹2900 – Lowest price in the market
  • Multiple labs options including Maxis, Krsnaa, Pulse, and many more
  • ₹15 lakhs saved in last 3 months

Generally, the market price of an MRI spine scan is above ₹6500 but with us, you can get it for ₹2900 only.

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Additionally, you will get a free online doctor consultation after making a booking. 
The following is the list of the most common MRI spine scans done in Chennai and their offer price. Note that the prices mentioned below may vary. Call us to know the updated prices.
MRI Scan Spine Cost In ChennaiOffer Price
MRI Whole Spine Price in Chennai₹5950
MRI Cervical Spine Price in Chennai₹2900
MRI Dorsal Spine Price in Chennai₹2900
MRI Lumbar Spine Price in Chennai₹2900

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About MRI Scan

Magnetic Resonance Imaging is shortened as MRI. It is an advanced non-invasive imaging technique done to detect and diagnose various abnormalities in your body.

An MRI scan produces images of internal organs using strong electromagnetic pulses. It is capable of detecting abnormalities in the internal organs such as the kidney, liver, brain, spinal cord, joints, chest, lungs, etc.

You can continue with your regular activities, no special preparations are needed for the procedure. But, sometimes a contrast material will be used to get a clear picture of the abnormality. In that case, you should fast for at least 12 hours before the procedure. The contrast dye will be given either orally or will be injected into the vein.

You should remove all the objects with metallic contents before entering the MRI scan room. You may also be asked to change into a gown provided by the lab.

The MRI machine has a horizontal table that slides into the imaging chamber, you will be asked to lie down on that table. Once you are inside the magnets in the machine will start rotating around the body part that is being diagnosed. This will create a strong electromagnetic field and these signals will be picked up and sent to a special computer to process into an image.

A radiologist will be observing the whole test procedure from the nearby control room with the help of a mic and speakers. Usually, it will take up to 90 minutes to complete the entire procedure depending on your study.

An MRI scan is generally safe compared to other imaging techniques that use radiation. But, the MRI scan has its own limitations. The people who had undergone any prior heart surgery for a heart valve implant or implanted any kind of metallic clips or plates etc. are not allowed to take an MRI scan.

About MRI Spine Scan

MRI Spine is also commonly known as MRI neck, is all about a study of the complete spinal cord i.e. neck (cervical), the back (lumbar), and the dorsal region. 

MRI machine is high-tech medical equipment that is used to create an intense oscillating (alternating) magnetic field, which transmits multiple radio frequencies to spotlight the muscles and any irregular tissue damage during the specific area/organ inspection. The machine looks like an open hollow cylinder, which has a sliding bed on the open side for the patient to lie down. After the patient lies down and is sent inside the cylindrical chamber, the radiologist operates the machine from the control room. The machine emits radio waves to capture the images, which are then sent to the connected computers. Printouts can be taken to study the abnormalities further.

A full spine MRI includes a complete scanned image of the entire vertebral anatomy, starting from the cervical neck down to the dorsal area of the spine. An MRI scan of the Spine not only captures the images but also gives the results of disc height, spinal alignment, nerves, canal size, and depicts any abnormalities. MRI spine scanning can be done on either a 1.5 Tesla or a 3 Tesla machine.

Why MRI Spine Scan Is Prescribed?

A doctor will ask to take an MRI scan of the spine due to any of the following circumstances:

  • Neck injuries
  • Constant bowing of neck at the workplace
  • Heavy lifting activities
  • Holding the neck in a particular position for lapsed hours, without any tilting or movement.
  • Repetitive stress
  • Genetic history
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Inactivity
  • Uncomfortable pain during normal activities such as sitting, standing or sneezing, coughing & tilting the neck’s position
  • Muscle weakness
  • Stiffness of neck
  • Headaches in the back of the head
  • Tingling pain or numbness in shoulders and arms
  • Loss of balance
  • Loss of bowel or bladder control
  • Constant and severe aching in the lower back
  • Numbness in the groin area
  • Stiffness in mid back
  • Tingling in legs, arms, hands, or feet.
  • Loss of coordination

Prerequisites For MRI Spine Scan

Before approaching the MRI scan, one must make sure the following things are in place:

  • You should not be pregnant.
  • You should not have any skin tattoos.
  • Metallic items like jewelry, phone, knives, etc. must be removed.

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