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Osteoarticular MRI

What does it consist of?

You must be stretched on your back with your head resting on a cushion, the table will move until the area to be studied is in the center of the resonance equipment. The test can last from 20 to 45 minutes, during this time, you will have to remain as calm as possible, since the taking of images is not continuous, but different image planes are made. Once finished, you will be able to continue with your daily life as normal.


If necessary, at the beginning of the test a technician will administer contrast to highlight or study the behavior of certain injuries.


Fractura oblicua de peroné infrasindesmal Cortes coronales, sagitales y axiales. (4)

To whom?

At CreuBlanca we perform osteoarticular resonances for the early diagnosis of joint and soft tissue injuries in:


  • Lower extremities: ankle, knee, calf, coccyx, foot, hip, hamstring, leg, sacrum, thigh…
  • Upper extremities: arm, carpus, elbow, shoulder, finger, forearm, hand, scapula, wrist…

Medical professionals

The specialists who will assist you at CreuBlanca

A team of professionals to take care of you.