What is involved in having an MR neurography scan performed?
If you’ve ever had an x-ray, CT scan, or even MRI scan, then you already know what an MR neurography is like. MR neurography scans are conducted under standard MR imaging scanners such as the one depicted here. You lay on a scanning table and your body is passed into the scanning station automatically (or, underneath the scanning magnet, depending on the physical design of the MRI scanner itself). The entire process can take as little as a matter of minutes, or as long as a half-hour or more, depending on the number of scans required. No injectable dyes are used and there is no pain and no ill after-effects whatsoever. The entire process is comfortable and completely without discomfort