MRI Mavric Knee Joint
What is MRI Mavric Knee Joint?
MultiAcquisition Variable-Resonance Image Combination (MAVRIC) is an advanced MRI technique. It is used to reduce the artifacts, such as metal objects, pottery vessels, or stone tools, present in conventional MRI hardware and software-generated images.
A physician-advised MRI MAVRIC for a knee joint is used to eliminate any artifacts encountered in the conventional MRI. The visualization of the synovium is significantly much better with MRI MAVRIC. It can easily diagnose the prosthesis and the bone interface, abductors, or supraspinatus tendon of the knee joint. It can also detect osteolysis or synovitis of the knees. It is used for the evaluation of the knee joints in patients who have undergone knee arthroplasty.