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Leading-edge, personalized health programmed comprising of 350 data points, Doctor’s consultation including a full MRI Scan.
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Doctor’s consultation including a full MRI Scan
The Platinum Package combines all our testing from the popular Leading-edge,
personalised health programme comprising of 350 data points, Doctor’s consultation
including a full MRI Scan. The Platinum health screen combines all our testing from the
popular Allman and Allwoman tests, with a collection of specialised tests, genetic testing
and private Doctors consultation. The ultimate in personalised health checks.
• Comprises a full health check
• 350 data points
• Doctor’s consultation
• Genetic test

What is MRI of the Body?

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a noninvasive test doctors use to diagnose medical conditions.MRI uses a powerful magnetic field, radiofrequency pulses, and a computer to produce detailed pictures of internal body structures. MRI does not use radiation (x-rays).Detailed MR images allow doctors to examine the body and detect disease.

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Body Composition
Full Body Count
iron Status
Heart Health
Diabetes Health
Metabolic Syndrome
Kidney Health
Liver Health
Pancreatic Health
Digestive Health
Nutritional Health

Muscle And Joint Health

Bone Health
Allergy Evaluation
Infection And Inflammation
Epstein-Barr Antibodies
Autoimmune Panel
Tumour Associated Markers
Pituitary And Adrenal Health
Thyroid Health
Stress Health
Female Hormonal Health
Male Hormonal Health
Prostate Health (Male)

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Additionally, children’s reference ranges are designed to provide more accurate pediatric nutritional evaluations. Identifying metabolic blocks that can be treated nutritionally allows individual tailoring of interventions that maximize patient responses and lead to improved patient outcomes.
The MRI scan is relatively new and uses radio and magnetic waves. This means it does not use X-rays or other forms of damaging radiation. This test is not performed in a Pathology laboratory but may well be requested at the same time as laboratory tests.
The powerful magnet of the instrument affects the body’s hydrogen atoms contained in body water. The hydrogen atoms line up in the magnetic field. Radio waves are then passed through the body and alter the position of some of the hydrogen atoms. When the radio waves are switched off the hydrogen atoms move back to their original position. When they do this they give out small radio waves of their own that are detected by the instrument. From these radio waves, the MRI instrument is able to produce a detailed picture of the body. Parts of the body with little water, like bone, show up dark while areas containing a lot of water, like fat, show up bright. The machine produces cross sectional pictures along the body and can produce pictures at all angles through the body. Usually two dimensional pictures are taken but it is possible to take three dimensional pictures. It can show up soft tissues very clearly.

It is commonly used to look at the brain, spinal cord, pelvis and abdomen, and to investigate injuries to bone, joints and soft tissue. MRI scans are particularly useful for looking for tumours.

MRI scans are usually carried out as an outpatient procedure. The patient lies in a cylindrical chamber open at both ends. It is important that all metal containing objects are removed, such as watches, jewellery, belts, studs etc. Also the doctor needs to know if the patient has any surgical clips in the body or if the patient uses any electrical appliances like an internal hearing aid (cochlea implant) or pacemaker as an MRI scan will not be possible in such cases. It is important that the patient lies perfectly still during the test. Movement during the test will make images less clear. Because of this children may be given an anaesthetic. Some patients may find the chamber claustrophobic and need to tell the doctor, in advance, if they are anxious about this as the doctor may give a mild sedative. Sometimes an injection is given of a contrast medium, a substance that helps produce clearer images. You can have a person sit with you during the test but they also must have no metal objects on their person. The test takes from about half an hour to an hour and a half.

There are no known side effects to MRI scans. The test is not painful and cannot be felt. The machine makes a banging noise that can be unpleasant but the patient is usually offered headphones to help reduce this unpleasantness. You can even bring in your own music for the radiographer to play through the headphones. The test can be repeated as radiation is not used. The test is not carried out in women less than 12 weeks pregnant.

What is an MRI without Contrast?

A contrast dye is not used in a non-contrast MRI. It is an excellent fit for obtaining vivid images of congested blood vessels, detecting aneurysms, and overseeing blood vessel activity. Various orthopedic studies are conducted via this procedure. There is typically no obligation for blood work in a non-contrast MRI.
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