MRI is an imaging test successfully utilized to detect cancer in various organs of human body.
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) also known as MR, magnetic resonance, and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging. MRI is helpful in detecting cancer in body along with the accompanying symptoms. It is crucial in letting the specialists decide about the course of treatment whether it is has to be surgery or radiation. It is a non-invasive technique that doesn’t call for any prior preparation yet your radiologist should know if there is metal in the body of the person getting tested.
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Oral cancer or Oropharyngeal cancer can occur in any part of the buccal cavity including lips, tongue, throat, palate or floor of the mouth. Recognizing early indications such as sores, patches, lumps or bumps can help in keeping oral cancer at bay. Tumor resection surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy are utilized to treat mouth cancer.