Important information to know
About MR Enterography
Magnetic resonance (MR) enterography is a sophisticated, noninvasive and highly accurate diagnostic imaging procedure to analyze certain gastrointestinal disorders. This includes inflammatory bowel diseases, tumors, abscesses, fistulas and bowel obstructions. It is also used in patients with occult gastroinstetinal bleeding to determine whether a small bowel polyp is the cause.
Like other MRI procedures, MR enterography does not use radiation, so it can be particularly helpful for patients who are younger or who may need to undergo multiple studies in the future.