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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a painless, non-invasive diagnostic procedure that produces images of the body without ionizing radiation.

Learn more about MRI

What is a MRI?

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a painless, non-invasive diagnostic procedure that produces images of the body without ionizing radiation. MRI uses a magnetic field, radio waves and sophisticated computers to generate detailed images of tissues within the body. MRI technology allows physicians to “see” hidden problems with precision, for more effective diagnosis and treatment.

Types of MRI offered

MRIs offered at the following clinics:

Medvue Carrefour

3030, Le Carrefour Blvd #503 Laval (Quebec) H7T 2P5

Medvue Concorde

300, Concorde Blvd East Laval (Quebec) H7G 2E6

Medvue Côte-Des-Neiges

5811 Côte-des-Neiges Road Montreal (Quebec) H3S 1Z2

Covered by most private insurance

Medvue offers private radiology services. The cost of our MRI scans is not covered by the provincial medical plan (RAMQ), and must be paid for by the individual or company arranging for the exam.

Refund possible with:

  • Private insurance policies
  • Group Benefit Programs
  • Medical tax credits (CRA at 1 800 959-8281)

The HD 1.5 Tesla MRI

Now in High Definition, the NEW HD 1.5 Tesla MRI is one of the most advanced medical imaging devices available – able to produce stunning, high-quality images of soft tissue. MRI can help doctors diagnose or monitor a treatment, in addition to providing a clear picture of the patient’s condition, which allows them to establish a better recovery plan for their patient.

Standard bore
Wider bore

MRI is especially helpful in imaging soft tissues in the body, including the brain, nerves, muscles and organs. Medvue’s cutting-edge MRI sports a shorter and wider bore (70cm diameter + 125cm length), eliminating the confinement associated with conventional MRI scanners – a benefit to patients who suffer from claustrophobia, or are larger in size.

How can you get an MRI?

A prescription is required to make an appointment.

MRIs are considered radiology tests, so a prescription is necessary.

To make an appointment, make sure to have your prescription on hand.

Our representatives will be pleased to help you choose the best time for your appointment.

Book an appointment

We are committed to providing you with a fast, efficient and painless service by guiding you every step of the way.

By phone

Toll free

1 833 481-8783