Magnetic resonance is a powerful tool that provides information about the physical structure and working function of the body without the need for invasive procedures.
Magnetic resonance is indicated for studying any organ in the body. However, it is specially indicated for studying soft tissues. It enables a detailed examination of any area of the peripheral and central nervous systems (brain, spinal cord and nerves) and other structures such as the eyes, ears and nasal cavity as well as abdominal organs like the kidneys and liver. Cancerous lesions can easily be identified so that their proper treatment can be planned.
Frequently asked questionsAre there any risks associated with magnetic resonance?
Magnetic resonance is a completely harmless technique for the patient, operator and the environment. Therefore, it is considered an extremely safe diagnostic method
Will my pet need to be under anaesthesia?
It is essential that pets remain perfectly still for the successful performance of the technique so a light general anaesthetic will be given so there is virtually no risks. The anesthetized patient will be monitored at all times and checked by qualified personnel.
When will I receive the results?
A team of veterinarians specialized in interpreting the images will report the results to your veterinarian within 24 to 48 hours following the procedure.
The cost of magnetic resonance varies according to the area that needs to be studied, the size of the animal and the time involved in performing the procedure. Our personnel will provide you with a detailed estimate before the procedure. The results will be delivered in writing and in digital format the day after the procedure
My name is Ichs and I am a French bulldog. A long time ago when I was 5 years old and I lived in Paris, they diagnosed me with cancer of the nasal cavity and part of the skull. The veterinarian who took care of me explained to my master that there was nothing they could do to make me better and he advised him to put me to sleep because there was no chance of an operation. My master cried every night but he didnâ€™t give up. They performed magnetic resonan?ce and they saw that they could indeed operate. Days after my operation and a little while later, I went back home fu?lly recovered. Today, I am 13 years old and I had 10 puppies with my mate. I am very happy! I have so much love to give to my master and others. My advice is that you never give up. I am alive today thanks to magnetic re?sonance. Please give your pets this same opportunity. They still have a lot of love to give, just like me.