MRI Lumbosacral Spine With Contrast

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    It is a non-invasive imaging technique that creates high-resolution images of the lumbosacral spine - the small bones (vertebrae) in the lower part of the spine. The scan allows the doctor to look for abnormalities associated with a person’s lower spine and the surrounding tissues. A contrast agent is used for better visualization of the internal structures.

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