MRI Scans

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a test used to make detailed images of internal structures of the body such as organs, soft tissues, bones, and blood vessels. The test uses strong magnets and radio waves to make an MRI image. MRI is a noninvasive test which does not use ionizing radiation. For more detailed information regarding specific types of MRI, please visit the Radiology Info for Patients website.

Most radiological exams require a physician referral. Physicians can call MEDULINE at 843-792-2200 or 800-922-5250 to refer a patient.