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The Sanford MRI Center is proud to offer two scanners to meet patient needs—a high field scanner and an open scanner.
Open-bore, high field scanner
High field scanner
Can all exams be done on either scanner?Some exams must be done on the closed high field scanner. Your doctor, along with the radiologist and MRI Center staff, will determine which scanner would be appropriate for your type of exam.
Will a contrast injection be given during my examination?
In certain instances, a contrast agent may be administered to enhance your study. This contrast is extremely safe and requires no precautions prior to receiving it.