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Quality Reconditioned MRI Machines for Sale

MRIs are one of the most common imaging technologies used to diagnose a variety of injuries, illnesses and disease. With the technology growing more complex each passing year, there are several factors to consider when choosing a machine that fits the needs of your practice and patients. That’s where Mansa Medical comes in. Our experienced staff provides consulting services to ensure you receive a product that is more than satisfactory. At Mansa Medical, we also deliver and assist with installation. Read more about our process.

Our large selection of reconditioned MRIs for sale include low field open, 1.5T, 3T, and Mobile MRIs. Not only are they affordable, but they also deliver flawless clinical performance and first-class image quality. 

Stop outsourcing your MRI needs and take your operation in-house by contacting Mansa Medical today!


What is MRI?

MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. It is an imaging technique used in radiology to develop pictures of the anatomy and physiological processes of the body. MRI machines use strong magnetic fields and radio waves to form detailed images of organs in the body.

What is MRI Used for?

A medical professional uses MRIs to create more detailed images of organs within the body so that they may accurately diagnose a disease or injury. They can be conducted on different parts of the body and are especially useful for looking at soft tissues and the nervous system. 

What to expect from a MRI?

The process of getting an MRI is somewhat painless and can last anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours. The length of the procedure is determined by the size of the area that is being scanned and how many images are needed to be taken. Patients will lay on a bed attached to the MRI machine and most often will wear headphones to block the noise coming from the scanner foils. 

To learn more about the MRI machines we supply, contact us today.

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