Untersuchungen mittels Kernspintomographie (MRT)

What is an MRI of the spine? Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine is particularly suitable for visualizing the non-bony soft-tissue structures in the entire spinal area. These are first and foremost the intervertebral discs between the individual vertebral bodies, the spinal cord and the nerve roots arising therefrom. …

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Examinations using computed tomography (CT)

When is computed tomography of the spine, joints or the skeletal system carried out? The focus of a CT scan of the musculoskeletal system is on the assessment of the shape and structure of the bone. MRI and sonography (ultrasound) are more suitable for imaging the soft tissue (muscles, tendons, …

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