A doctor or physician may order a MRI scan of the fetus to make detailed pictures and analyze the internal structure. MRI scanning is useful to get a very detailed 3D image of certain parts of the body.
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Abdomen • Adrenal Glands • Appendix • Back • Bile Ducts • Bladder • Blood Vessels • Bone • Bowel • Brain • Breast • Cervical Spine • Cervix • Chest • Disc • Fallopian Tube • Fetus • Foot • Full Body • Gallbladder • Head • Heart • Joint • Kidney • Leg • Liver • Lumbar • Lymph Nodes • MRA • Neck • Nose • Overies • Pancreas • Pelvis • Penis • Prostate • Scrotum • Shoulder • Spine • Spleen • Testicles • Tumor • Urethra • Uterus • Vertebrae • Whole Body
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