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Cardiac MRI

MRI is an especially valuable tool for observing contrast between soft tissues in the body. Cardiac MRI is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate the structures and function of the heart including valves, major vessels, and surrounding structures.

When is cardiac MRI recommended?

Using MRI, your doctor can get detailed information about the size and thickness of the heart chambers, and can detect the buildup of plaque and other blockages in the blood vessels.

Cardiac MRI is also a useful tool for determining the extent of damage after a heart attack, and it is sometimes used to assess a patient's recovery following invasive treatment such as open-heart surgery or cardiac catheterization.

Learn more about what to expect during your cardiac MRI.

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Radiation therapy orientation

If radiation is part of your cancer treatment, this orientation is for you and your family. Please come and tour the department, meet the staff, and get your questions answered before treatment starts. Knowing what to expect can really make a difference.

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