Medical director: Doc. Cinchini Elisabetta

Osteoarticular MRI

Osteoarticular MRI, why is it prescribed

Quisisana is the reference point for osteoarticular magnetic resonance in Ferrara.

The Quisisana accredited private hospital is a structure of excellence. A nursing home where professionalism and technology come together to protect man and his health. A center whose professionals are carefully chosen after a careful selection process, so as to offer the patient a high quality service in their therapeutic path.

How osteoarticular magnetic resonance is performed

Osteoarticular magnetic resonance is a non-invasive diagnostic method that allows you to investigate the state of health of the joints. The patient, after removing clothing and objects containing metal parts, is made to lie down on the bed and positioned so that the joint to be investigated is exactly in the center of the magnet. For the entire duration of the exam, usually between twenty and twenty-five minutes, he must remain perfectly still.

Able to accurately study all joints, large or small, osteoarticular magnetic resonance allows to diagnose and measure the extent of problems affecting menisci, tendons, ligaments, joint capsules, articular cartilages and skeletal components, although sometimes it is also used to assess muscle health.

Osteoarticular magnetic resonance imaging at Quisisana can be booked privately, for a fee, or can be accessed through the USL Ferrara with only the payment of the “ticket”.

You can book this activity online

Quisisana provides the service of Osteoarticular MRI also on payment, book your visit now, or discover how to to book through Azienda USL Ferrara.

Osteoarticular Magnetic Resonance in an agreed regime at the Quisisana endocrinology clinic

Osteoarticular Magnetic Resonance of the following areas:

  • Hand
  • Wrist
  • Elbow
  • Shoulder
  • Foot
  • Ankle
  • Knee

Medical staff

  • Dr. Luciano Merlo Specialist in Radiology
  • Dr. Michele Grisanti Specialist in Radiology, specialising in Radiodiagnostics and Imaging Science

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