MRI Left Thigh With Contrast
What is MRI Left Thigh With Contrast?
A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan of the Left thigh with Contrast is used to visualize the thigh bone and the surrounding soft tissues like cartilage, tendon, ligaments, muscles, and blood vessels. The contrast helps in detecting even the smallest tumors, and hence improves the sensitivity and diagnostic accuracy of the MRI scan.
MRI thigh is done to diagnose the cause of leg pain, and fracture of the thigh bone. This test is also helpful in detecting any abnormal growth of the thigh muscles or surrounding soft tissues.
Why is MRI Left Thigh With Contrast done?
- To diagnose the cause of leg pain which is long standing
- To diagnose the fracture of the thighbone
- To confirm any abnormal finding of the X-ray
- To confirm any abnormal growth of the thigh muscles or surrounding soft tissues
- To diagnose any birth defects of the thigh
- To confirm any infections of the bones, muscles or the other soft tissue
- To diagnose any bone marrow abnormalities like avascular necrosis.