611 mri patient portal

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Medical Diagnostic Imaging in Altoona, PA | 611 MRI

30 hours ago 611 MRI offers medical diagnostic imaging services such as MRIs, CT scans, X-rays more. Schedule an appointment today! Pre-Registration Patient Portal | Physician Portal | Physician … >> Go To The Portal


Why choose 611 MRI Altoona?

611 MRI continues to invest in the most advanced imaging equipment available in the Altoona area, guaranteeing the best quality of imaging. Our team of certified imaging technologists have the skills and experience to ensure a comfortable visit and exceptional imaging results.

How long does 611 MRI take to get results?

Our objective is to provide results to your physicians within 24 hours. Our flexible next-day scheduling, easy parking and access, and results typically available within 24 hours, 611 MRI is the most convenient medical imaging service in the area.

What is the patient portal and how do I use it?

Regional Medical Imaging’s Patient Portal is a tool for viewing your imaging exam reports and updating your basic patient information. Please read the following quick instructions on using the portal and accessing your report (s). Note: The portal will open in separate window, so you may quickly alt-tab to view this instruction page.

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What is a 611 MRI?

It is a noninvasive and painless way for doctors to diagnose a wide variety of problems. Some of the most commonly viewed parts of the body are the brain, the abdomen, and the skeletal system. 611 MRI offers 2 technologically advanced MRI’s: a Wide Bore and a High Resolution Open MRI. Our Wide-Bore MRI has the widest opening.

How long does it take to get an MRI of a 611?

A typical scan will take 45 minutes. From arrival to completion, you can expect your visit to 611 MRI to be about 1 hour.

What are the two forces that make up an MRI?

The MRI uses two safe and natural forces; a magnetic field and radio waves. The MRI is a large magnet that aligns hydrogen atoms in your body. Radio waves cause the atoms to vibrate producing vivid images. How long will the MRI take?

What is 611 MRI?from 611mri.com

611 MRI offers a variety of radiology services to individuals in Central Pennsylvania. Unlike local hospitals or outpatient centers, we only focus on diagnostic imaging, and our technologists strive to provide patients with a comfortable experience.

How to preregister for MRI 611?from 611mri.com

Prior to your appointment, a 611 MRI support staff will contact you to preregister you via a 10-15 minute phone discussion. Our support staff will review your health history. You will be screened for any implants or other medical issues that might be problematic. Depending on your scan, you may be instructed to avoid eating or drinking for several hours before you arrive for your appointment. If you are scheduled for a CT scan you may be instructed to pick up barium at our office. Our support staff will answer any questions or concerns. We will confirm the cost of your diagnostic test and discuss payment options. You will be provided an appointment time.

What is a CT scan?from 611mri.com

Computed tomography (CT), is a scan that produces a series of images of the internal body from various angles. These images can be viewed separately, or combined to create a 3D visual of internal structures such as bones and organs. learn more.

What is CT angiography?from 611mri.com

CT Angiography utilizes contrast material to produce images of blood vessels in a specific area of the body. The dye causes vessels to “light up,” exposing abnormal vessel formations, damage, and clots.

How do X-ray machines work?from 611mri.com

X-ray machines are used to produce images of internal structures, such as bones, by sending a form of visible light (X-rays) through the body. The images are produced digitally for interpretation.

Which is larger, a wide bore or an old MRI?from 611mri.com

The Wide Bore MRI has a much larger opening than old MRIs and is also much shorter in length.

What is an arthrogram?from 611mri.com

Arthrograms are commonly done to diagnose the underlying cause of unexplained joint pain. Contrast media is injected into the joint under fluoroscopic guidance and a series of images are taken, either with an MRI or a CT.

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