Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has developed into an integral part of pelvic imaging. With its superior soft-tissue resolution, along with its lack of ionizing radiation, invasiveness and operator dependence, MRI has become the problem-solving imaging technique in most cases of pelvic pathology.
After reviewing this article, the student should be able to:
- Explain the protocols and procedures of pelvic MRIs.
- Define the anatomy for a pelvic MRI.
- Understand the exposure of pelvic MRIs.
- Identify the technique and pathology of pelvic MRIs.