This diagnostic tool is highly recommended to accurately view joints and help diagnose their conditions. Magnetic Resonance Arthrography (MRA) is similar to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) but provides better quality images due to the use of a contrast solution called gadolinium which is provided to swell the joint, outline its structure and accurately display any soft tissues, tears and defects.
When is MRA Needed?
If you have a joint condition, our team of specialists at Gleneagles Hospitals will most likely recommend and MRI scan in order to better assess your condition. A contrast agent will be introduced to the joint to enhance the view of its structure and improve the evaluation in order to provide you with the best course of treatment.
Where is this treatment available?
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