Can I get a CD of my MRI?

Can I get a CD of my MRI?

Most imaging sites will give you a CD at the time of your test. Just ask! [best to ask before the test so the CD can be made before you leave the facility.]

How do I open an MRI CD on my computer?


  1. From “My Computer” double click to open your CD/DVD/Blu-Ray Drive. The following folders will be shown:
  2. Double click on the “Viewer” folder. You should now see something similar to this.
  3. Double click the StartInteleViewerCD.exe. This will launch InteleViewer which will show your images.

Can I view my MRI CD on my Mac?

MRI images are typically stored in the DICOM format. Osirix has a free Mac version that can read these and show you the scans.

How do I upload MRI from CD?

Uploading your imaging

  1. Insert the CD into your computer.
  2. Open My Computer.
  3. Right click on the CD and choose ‘explore’
  4. Select all the files in the window.
  5. Right click on the blue highlighted files and select winzip then add to zip file.
  6. Save this file on the desktop of your computer – use your name as the file name.

What does a MRI show you?

An MRI scan uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create pictures on a computer screen. It can show tissues, organs and other structures inside your body. This image is an MRI scan of a brain. The person’s eyeballs can be seen at the top of the picture.

What is a MRI reading?

reading an mri using the image viewer magnetic resonance imaging (mri) is a method of examining body organs through the use of magnetic fields rather than x rays, and using a computer to construct a series of body scans.

What is a MRI disk?

Magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI) is the diagnostic tool of choice to determine the presence of a herniated disc. A traditional x-ray shows bony ridges common to spinal injuries and disorders such as cervical spondylosis, but seldom shows soft tissue damage.

What does a MRI image show?

A magnetic resonance image (MRI) is a type of diagnostic scan that can show highly detailed pictures of the interior of the body. With their high contrast, MRIs are the tool of choice for mapping complex organs such as the brain and heart, as well as joints and muscles.