I was told by one of the clerks at the MRI clinic that I can have an MRI as long as it is titanium and no other metal including screws. Is this true or will I have to have a cat scan for the rest of my life?
I have a titanium rod in my back. Can I have an MRI?
- 3 May 2011 by The Mad Man
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