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MRI Screenings

 

Our total body screening assessment uses state-of-the-art MRI imaging that is non-radiating (as opposed to CT scanning). Our 3-part private MRI scan of the body includes the brain, abdomen and pelvis, and is complemented by an exercise treadmill ECG test (for angina), lung function assessment and a comprehensive laboratory testing of blood, stool and urine.

 

Our private MRI scans are done locally in Nottingham at our private MRI unit, and the results are typically available within 2 – 3 days, having been reported by the various Consultant radiologists specialising in each area assessed.

 

Our private MRI scan in the UK will include detailed examinations of the:

 

Brain

Upper abdomen - including liver, kidneys, spleen, pancreas, aorta, blood vessels

Male/female pelvis (lower abdomen).

 

For further information on a full body MRI scan and more, or to speak to a private doctor in Nottingham, call us on 0115 9475498.

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Our total body screening assessment covers the following areas for detailed examination:

 

Skull and brain (MRI Scan)

The possible risks of cerebral infarct/ brain haemorrhage

Benign and malignant tumours

Infections

Obstructions or changes in the forms of the major blood vessels

 

Heart assessment with an exercise treadmill ECG (electrocardiogram) - looking for signs of ischaemic heart disease (angina)

 

Examination of the lungs with a 'peak flow examination' and spirometry, including:

FEV1

FVC

FEV1/FVC ratio

PEFR

 

Upper abdomen (MRI Scan)

Description of the organs of the upper abdomen

Tracing / exclusion of tumours in the liver, pancreas, kidneys and the gall bladder

Check up for gall stones

Check up of the spleen

Tracing of cysts

Checking and recognition of enlargements of the lymph glands

Condition of the aorta

Mid section of the spinal column

 

Male/female pelvis (lower abdomen) (MRI Scan)

Description of the organs of the lower abdomen such as the bladder, prostate,the uterus and the ovaries (gynaecological system)

The tracing of tumours , external changes and a prolapsed bladder

Tracing of cysts; recognition of enlargement of the lymph glands

Condition of the aorta

Control of the lower spinal column, the pelvis and hip joints

 

Complete laboratory tests (blood and urine), including:

 

Total cholesterol

HDL lipids                                            

Thyroid function tests

LDL lipids                                            

Serum iron

Triglyceride lipids                                

Serum calcium

Fasting glucose                                  

Serum phosphate

Complete blood count                        

PSA (prostate test)

Haematology including ESR                        

Biochemistry

Liver function tests

Kidney function tests

 

Stool culture and testing for signs of bowel cancer (blood in the stool known as Faecal Ocult Blood, FOB)

 

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