Fall Newsletter

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Image One MRI Staff Highlight

Corinne LeBlanc RTMR – Chief MRI Technologist We took the time to interview Corinne, the leader of our team, to give patients insight into the staff behind the Image One MRI Clinic. Enjoy!    Tell us about your career as an MRI technologist. How long have you been working in the field? I graduated in 1995, so I am...

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MRI FYI

If it’s safe to scan my metallic implant, why do you need to know about it? When orthopedic hardware or other metallic implants are present in the MRI scanner, the magnetic field becomes locally inhomogeneous, or uneven. A significant artifact can result, depending on how magnetic the implant is. The photos below demonstrate...

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MRI FYI

The magnet is always on! Many people expect that with the flick of a switch we can turn off our magnet. This is not the case for most conventional MRI scanners. Per Faradays law, when electricity is run through a coil of wire, a magnetic field is created. An MRI scanner is a superconducting magnet. It is made up of superconductive...

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Golf season is here! 4 injuries to avoid so you can enjoy it all summer.

  Interior BC is home to many beautiful golf courses. With the sun shining it is the perfect time to spend the day on the course. With hours of golfing ahead, we want to highlight a few common injuries that can occur and bring golfers to an MRI clinic.   Back pain Bending over the club and the force used as a golfer...

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MRI FYI

Just how strong is the magnetic field of our scanner? The magnetic field of our MRI scanner is 1.5 Tesla. The earths magnetic field is .5 Gauss. 1 Tesla is equal to 10 000 Gauss. So, our MRI scanner has a magnetic field that is 30 000 times stronger then the magnetic field of the earth. It is 300 times stronger than a fridge magnet and...

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MRI FYI

This week on MRI FYI we answer the question "what is all that noise?" An MRI is an electromagnet. There are large coils of wire within the MRI scanner called gradients. Electricity is running through the gradients to change the magnetic field during scanning. When scanning begins, there is a current running through the wires...

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Have you seen us in Forever Young News?

See technologist Corinne's experience of discovering a new, exciting game, and how it ties into what we can do to help you stay on the court! Click here to see the article.  

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