Chest

MRI has little role in the work up of lung disorders. However, in the chest, the vascular structures, such as the aorta and great vessels, are well evaluated with MRI.

In addition to vascular imaging of the aorta and great vessels, MRI can be used in the chest for any soft tissue abnormality associated with the chest wall, again taking advantage of its superior soft tissue contrast.

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