FAQs

How long does an exam take?

 

When will my doctor get the results of my exam?

 

Can I eat before the exam?

 

What if I need to cancel or reschedule my appointment?

 

Do you accept workers' compensation cases?

 

Do you accept automobile injury claim cases?

 

I am very claustrophobic. What should I do?

 

Why use an accredited facility like Maryland Open MRI?

 

 

How long does an exam take?
Most exams are 45 minutes.

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When will my doctor get the results of my exam? 
Generally, 24 hours after your exam.

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Can I eat before the exam?
Yes. There are no eating restrictions prior to having an MRI. However if your doctor has requested the use of a contrast agent for your MRI then it would be best not to eat 2 hours prior to your exam so as to further minimize the already unlikely event of nausea.
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What if I need to cancel or reschedule my appointment?
We can only serve one patient at a time so an appointment means that we have reserved that time for you. If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment we ask that you call us at least 24 hours in advance.

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Do you accept workers' compensation cases?
Yes. If you have an active case, we will process an insurance claim with your workers' compensation insurance carrier.
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Do you accept automobile injury claim cases?
Yes. With proper documentation we will process an insurance claim with the automobile insurance company and/or your attorney.
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I’m very claustrophobic. What should I do? 
If you anticipate that a high level of anxiety might prevent you from remaining still while undergoing your exam please ask your doctor to prescribe a sedative for you to take just prior to your exam. Such a request is not uncommon.
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Why use an accredited facility like Maryland Open MRI?
Maryland Open MRI has successfully renewed its accreditation with the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR gold seal of accreditation represents the highest level of image quality, personnel qualifications, and patient safety.
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